“When you tell Americans they have to do something, they are going to push back.”
The Election Could Be In Postmaster General Louis DeJoy’s Hands. To Understand How He Got There, Look To His Wife.
Postmaster General Louis DeJoy’s wife — now Trump's nominee to be ambassador to Canada — held public office long before he ever did. And just like her husband, her small government approach to governance brought chaos and disarray.
An entire semester of remote learning isn’t ideal for any student, but adjusting to this new reality will be much more difficult for some families than for others — even in Silicon Valley, the world’s technology capital.
Teachers At The Georgia School District That Went Viral For Crowded Hallway Photos Are Afraid For Their Health
The mask wars continue in the Paulding County School District, with a contentious school board meeting that featured people with masks and those without them yelling at each other.
An alarming photo of a hallway crowded by mostly maskless students in a Georgia high school raises issues with reopening schools all around the country.
“Most parents have no idea how bad this is going to be.”
Internal Peloton message board comments reveal fear among employees asked to deliver Peloton equipment to homes during the coronavirus pandemic.
The contingent Facebook workers in Austin have been organizing to pressure their direct employer, Wipro, for better treatment.
There Were Massive Protests Around The Country For A Second Night In Response To The Killings Of George Floyd And Breonna Taylor
Thousands took to the streets in Minneapolis, New York, Atlanta, Detroit, Oakland, Los Angeles, and more.
Amazon Didn’t Pay This Worker Who Tested Positive For The Coronavirus Until A Reporter Asked Questions
Amazon has publicly promised to pay workers who test positive for or are quarantined because of the coronavirus, but some say they haven’t received that money.
Volunteering to buy a neighbor's groceries during the coronavirus pandemic made me think hard about how we’ve always done things.
Workers across industries say they were required to work in close quarters with limited access to protective equipment in facilities that weren’t disinfected.
The NLRB Is Looking Into Claims That Amazon Violated Employees' Rights During The Coronavirus Pandemic
As employees, labor activists, and lawmakers decry Amazon’s firing of employees involved in labor protests, the National Labor Relations Board is looking at the company’s record of targeting people over social distancing violations
The termination of the Minneapolis-based employee follows Amazon’s firing of one Staten Island warehouse associate and two Seattle tech workers who’ve spoken out against the company’s response to the coronavirus pandemic.
Amazon’s policies around who qualifies for quarantine pay have resulted in confusion and financial hardship for affected workers. The company maintains anyone quarantined will eventually be paid.
The decision is a departure from the company's previous policy.
Amazon said employees who test positive for the coronavirus get two weeks paid leave, but those sent home with a fever should use paid time off if they have it or take unpaid leave if they don’t.
Amazon workers in Chicago followed colleagues in New York in walking off the job to protest what they say is the high risk of contracting COVID-19.
“If someone’s seen a meme telling them not to pay their rent, that’s not going to protect them from an eviction."
The Edison, New Jersey, fulfillment center is the ninth Amazon facility with an infected employee.