The states said they'd received reports of overcrowded stores, a lack of social distancing and workers who felt pressure to clock in.
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Hotels and casinos won't be the same, post-pandemic. With Las Vegas' unemployment at 33%, workers fear their jobs won't be the same, either.
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Unemployed wait staff and bartenders are struggling to get unemployment benefits, and the work isn’t really coming back.
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Headquartered in Chile, the airline -- like the rest of the travel industry -- has struggled to stay aloft amid the coronavirus pandemic.
The hair salon says too many employees at the local Tyson plant have been infected with the coronavirus. They'll have to wait until at least June 8.
Struggling commercial fishers and environmentalists say the White House is exploiting COVID-19 to privatize the ocean.
The coronavirus pandemic is stressing everyone out. If you can, take a break — and don't feel guilty about it.
Many of them were devoted longtime members of the iconic weight-loss program. They’re heartbroken.
Unionized workers are far more likely to speak out about dangerous working conditions during the coronavirus pandemic. There's no mystery as to why.
Mark Zuckerberg said that transition to remote work was a prediction of the company's future and not a target they were trying to hit.
Emails show the retailer's employees are worried that an AI-based system meant to prevent theft is undermining social distancing. "It's a health issue
Prolonged store closures due to the COVID-19 pandemic delivered the final blow to troubled businesses.
The administration is "throwing blue-collar workers under the bus" to protect meat-processing giants, labor advocates say.
Jerome Powell cautioned that longstanding recessions could "weigh on growth for years to come" and urged Congress and the White House to act.
The facility remains in operation after seven workers tested positive for the COVID-19 virus.
Thousands of moderators have helped keep the social platform clear of upsetting content -- at the expense of their own mental health.
“The past few months have proven we can make that work,” the San Francisco-based social media company said of lessons learned during the pandemic.
Workers told HuffPost that they're not being trained on how to use the cameras and would prefer hazard pay instead.