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Survey finds Americans split on requiring vaccination proof for workplace return

The majority of respondents want to see mask usage continue in the workplace.

Cuomo: Construction and manufacturing will be first to reopen

Speaking in Albany on Sunday, Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo outlined a phased plan to reopen business activity in New York. The first categories to...

CT and NY AGs join fight to protect LGBTQ workers from...

The brief insists the 1964 Civil Rights Act prohibits discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender self-identification.

Gretchen Carlson takes on new role as warrior against sexual harassment

Gretchen Carlson’s July 2016 sexual harassment lawsuit against Roger Ailes, the chairman and CEO of Fox News, following the termination of her contract with the network gave a new impetus to the issue.

Xerox teams with 14 writers on new book celebrating the workplace

As part of the project, Xerox will also provide donations to two nonprofits aimed at supporting the literacy and the literary arts, New York’s 92nd Street Y and the San Francisco-based Worldreader.

Making the leap from college campus to the workplace

Another trend that impacts the workplace is the erosion of corporate loyalty. While that problem took root before millennials were entering the workforce, it has been accelerated by a new wave of graduates for whom job-hopping is the only way to approach a career.

WorkPlace and friends honor veterans

Frontier Communications is lauded for its patriotism.

Column: No more drama in the workplace

Setting the ground rules for acceptable and unacceptable behavior in an office is essential.

Healthy grant for NCC, colleges

The U.S. Department of Labor awarded $12 million to Norwalk Community College and six other Connecticut schools.

Making space for a new work era

A Rye resident is launching suburban and urban workplaces for the new breed of knowledge workers.

Job search 101

Job hunters young and old alike are still in the spotlight entering September.

Conn. scrambles agencies as benefits disappear

Given two weeks, Connecticut agencies are relying on existing programs to help people who are suddenly out of unemployment benefits.

Carbone gets national platform

Joe Carbone hopes a “60 Minutes” piece on his solution for the long-term employed will galvanize job seekers and companies alike.

In the field

Pitney Bowes showed off its new global technology center in Danbury, and other news across Fairfield County.

UBS hubbub continues

Speculation continues on UBS’ ultimate decision on Stamford – and the city’s appeal to other large employers.