‘Tone Down Your Gayness’: St. Louis Police Officer Files Discrimination Suit
The officer, Sgt. Keith Wildhaber, alleged that he was turned down for promotions because he “does not fit the stereotypical norms of what a ‘male’ should be.”
Feeling ‘Pressure All the Time’ on Europe’s Treadmill of Temporary Work
In the European Union, more than half the new jobs since 2010 have been through temporary contracts, creating more workers seeking full-time employment.
When a Job Is Temporary, but the Company Doesn’t Know It
A job seeker wonders about the ethics of accepting a position while knowing that she will leave the country in seven months.
Trump’s Hiring Freeze Creates Confusion for Veterans Affairs
Officials at the short-staffed Department of Veterans Affairs are still trying to determine the extent of the president’s executive order.
Secretary of Defense Ashton B. Carter on Leading Through Clarity and Conduct
The outgoing secretary of defense says providing a clear sense of direction is especially important in the national security area.
Higher Minimum Wage May Have Losers
As more cities and states raise their minimum wages, researchers question how much difference the changes will make for the working poor.
Mentioning Tragedy in a Job Interview
While a sluggish career may be explained by a death or divorce in the family, it may not be unusual enough to bring up with a potential employer.