More than 90% of female doctors have faced sexism at work, finds BMA | Doctors

[ad_1] Nine in 10 female doctors have experienced sexism at work in the UK, including unwanted physical contact, denial of opportunities and being asked to massage male colleagues in meetings. The findings have emerged from a survey of medics by the British Medical Association, which said the results were appalling and the incidents made for … Read more

‘We work non-stop’: LA garment workers toil for top brands and earn paltry rate | Los Angeles

[ad_1] Thousands of garment workers in Los Angeles who make pants, shirts, blouses and other clothing for a variety of well-known fashion labels are paid less than minimum wage through a piece-rate payment system that compensates workers just a few cents per article of clothing. Works say they typically work from 7am to 6pm Monday … Read more

New balance: will work be more parent-friendly than ever after the pandemic? | Work & careers

[ad_1] Last month, a video by Maggie Mundwiller, a mother in St Louis, Missouri, went viral on TikTok. It showed her one-year-old son accompanying her to a second face-to-face job interview. (She had asked for an alternative date because she had no childcare. The employer said: “Bring him with you.”) The video featured on Good … Read more

Disinfection robots and thermal body cameras: welcome to the anti-Covid office | Work & careers

[ad_1] Not so long ago it may have seemed more like a futuristic vision of the workplace – or a hospital. But the hands-free door handles, self-cleaning surfaces, antimicrobial paint, air-monitoring display tools, UV light disinfection robots, and 135 other measures at an office block in Bucharest are here to stay, say the creators behind … Read more

Supreme Court won’t block work on Obama presidential center

Supreme Court won't block work on Obama presidential center

[ad_1] The U.S. Supreme Court declined Friday to stop work at the site of the proposed Obama presidential center in Chicago. A group that has long opposed construction on the site of a historic Chicago park asked the Supreme Court to temporarily block construction work, which began August 16. The opponents filed an emergency motion … Read more