A majority of justices on the Supreme Court seemed reluctant Monday to reinstate a 2005 rule that in many cases decreased the amount of additional Medicare payments hospitals get for serving a larger share of poor patients.
A U.S. Supreme Court justice turned away a request from eight Mass General Brigham Inc. workers for a religious exemption from the Massachusetts hospital system’s requirement that they be vaccinated against Covid-19.
Amazon.com Inc.’s recent settlement with California over employee Covid-19 notifications is the latest example of how pandemic-related workforce safety has emerged as a top environmental, social and governance concern for corporate boards.
A one-of-a-kind clash between the U.S. EEOC and a California civil rights agency over sexual harassment and bias claims against Activision Blizzard Inc. is likely to create confusion for other employers and stall efforts to overhaul the game maker’s “frat bro” culture, legal observers said.
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