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Your Boss is Yelling at You. Now What?

Monster.com

Just when you thought it was going to be a regular day at the office, your boss starts yelling at you in a staff meeting, embarrassing you in front of your co-workers and causing steam to billow from your ears while you grind your teeth in silence.

Today's Workplace more

Nestlé’s Makes the Very Best? Georgia Workers Vote To Unionize

Bruce Vail

98,000 Jobs Added to the Economy in March, Unemployment Is 4.5%

AFL-CIO

This week in the war on workers: Republicans attack minimum wage wins, but state news isn't all bad

Laura Clawson

Dairy workers call on Ben and Jerry’s to give them better hours and fair wages

Esther Yu-Hsi Lee

Voters Want Higher Minimum Wages. Why? They Grow Jobs

Dave Johnson

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Santillan v. USA Waste of California, Inc.

In an employment discrimination dispute between a garbage truck driver and his employer of 32 years, the district court's judgment is: 1) reversed as to grant of summary judgment to employer-defendant on the wrongful termination claim under California law based on age discrimination and retaliation, where the district court erred in holding that plaintiff failed to establish a prima facie age discrimination claim; and 2) affirmed as to the district court's denial of plaintiff's request for leave to amend the complaint.

Doran v. J. P. Noonan Transp. Inc.

In a putative class action brought by truck drivers against their employer, raising a variety of statutory and common law labor claims, the district court's interlocutory order dismissing most but not all of plaintiffs' claims is affirmed where the court's rules and precedent require that plaintiff's right to appeal is deemed waived.

April 19, 2017

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Transgender women sue University of Wisconsin for health benefits

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