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NAES Corp., Black Plant Worker Settle Race Harassment, Bias Suit

NAES Corp. and a Black waste-processing facility worker who sued alleging a White supervisor subjected him to racist comments and threats, and that the company rescinded the job transfer he obtained to escape the abuse, settled the suit, Connecticut federal court records show.

Nurse Fired for Non-Fault Fentanyl Theft Loses Unemployment Bid

A Colorado nurse who stole and self-injected fentanyl at work has no right to unemployment benefits even though she couldn’t control the addiction that led to the use and theft, and therefore wasn’t at fault for her termination, a Colorado appeals court said.

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Covid-19 Vaccine: Can Your Employer Make You Take It?

As the Covid-19 vaccines roll out, first to frontline workers and the elderly, then to the general public, employers are making plans to return to their offices. How quickly they succeed will likely depend on how many of their employees get vaccinated.

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