The federal government’s decision to pause tens of thousands of additional visas for non-agricultural seasonal guestworkers means businesses that rely on those workers now face coronavirus-induced labor uncertainty in what should be their peak season.
Chief executive officers at S&P 500 companies that get government aid for coping with the coronavirus pandemic could face a pay cut as small as thousands of dollars or as big as tens of millions, depending on how much they make.
Zoom Video Communications Inc. was accused by a shareholder of hiding flaws in its video-conferencing app, part of a growing backlash against security loopholes that were laid bare after an explosion in worldwide usage.
A federal worker civil rights agency has temporarily paused closing investigations of workplace discrimination claims in response to the coronavirus crisis, effectively giving workers more time to file lawsuits against employers.
Health centers and hospitals bracing for the next wave of Covid-19 patients say they’re watching how providers in cities like New York and Seattle deal with large numbers of cases and worry about how they’ll manage the load.
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