Posts published in “Labor”
NORTH POLE -- Half-finished toys strewn about, workers asleep on the assembly line, urine-soaked yule logs: welcome to Santa's Workshop. Behind its immaculately-curated public image, life at the North Pole is far from candy canes and gumdrops; Boredroom News' exclusive undercover report reveals the dismal conditions in which elves work to bring materialistic joy to children every Christmas.
ROSSLYN, VA -- As the Ok Boomer meme sweeps the nation, it has bristled some of the older Americans it characterizes. "Hate speech will not be tolerated," declared one victim of the trend, Harold Gordon, a 59-year-old senior vice president at Alcalde & Fay, who regularly wore blackface throughout his youth and professional career.
COLUMBIA, S.C. -- Riding on a wave of support from the Trump administration, South Carolina has announced stricter conditions on state-funded unemployment benefits, requiring Carolinians to prove that that they are gainfully employed to be eligible.
WASHINGTON, D.C. - In an historic first for a president with sharp history of narrowing definitions of workplace discrimination, President Trump has asked the Office of Personnel Management to add 'Impeachment Status and/or Conviction' to federally protected employment classes.
NEW YORK CITY – After a disastrous IPO attempt, the…