Behind The Minimum Wage Fight, A Sweeping Failure To Enforce The Law
Following nearly a year of investigative reporting, Politico release a comprehensive analysis of enforcement related to “wage theft.” The findings indicate that federal and state enforcement and wage recovery mechanisms are woefully inadequate.
The Economy Is Getting Hotter. Is A Productivity Boom Next?
– The New York Times
Two of the most important facts about the global economy over the last decade are these: A giant financial crisis led to mass unemployment in many countries and years of disappointing growth. And despite a seeming barrage of technological innovation, productivity growth has been the weakest in decades. Maybe it’s not a coincidence.
Sexual Harassment Training Expanding – But Effectiveness Questioned
– The San Diego Union-Tribune
Requests for sexual harassment awareness training are skyrocketing in response to recent scandals in Hollywood, Silicon Valley and the White House. Experts say training is a good start but changing corporate culture is a necessity in reducing harassment.
More Companies Invest In Training To Prevent Sexual Harassment – But It Might Not Be Doing Much Good
– Los Angeles Times
The recent high-profile reports of sexual harassment in the workplace have prompted a surge in training courses, which experts are updating to reflect the latest examples making front-page news.