The California Privacy Protection Agency unveiled draft automated decision-making technology regulations that would set forth new protections for employees and consumers.
The draft regulations would govern businesses’ use of such technology by requiring pre-use notice to job applicants and employees, reinforcing rights to opt out of and access information about businesses’ use of automated tools, and requiring businesses to conduct risk assessments.
Black, Hispanic and Native American women experience lower pay and a lack of representation in executive positions in federal jobs, according to new research by the federal government.
Sandra Day O’Connor, the first female Supreme Court justice, died Dec. 1 at the age of 93. She occupied a powerful role on the court in a number of employment law cases, including a significant sexual harassment decision.
Five months after the U.S. Supreme Court banned affirmative action in higher education admissions, research shows that the political rhetoric and lawsuits that ensued after the ruling are changing the landscape of inclusion, equity and diversity in the workplace.
How should human resources deal with an employee who takes excessive sick leave?
Do employers have to make their employees aware of open positions? Is it detrimental to your career to make a lateral move into a different department? SHRM President and CEO Johnny C. Taylor, Jr., SHRM-SCP, answers HR questions each week for USA Today.
Get ready for new regulations on AI at the federal, state and local levels.
The World Health Organization (WHO) and others around the world are observing World AIDS Day on Dec. 1. Approximately 1.2 million Americans have HIV, and there is a disproportionate impact on Black, Latino and LGBTQ+ communities, according to HIV.gov.