Monday, Mar 01, 2021 - 01:52:18
36 results - (0.001 seconds)

employees left:

    AURORA, Colo. (CBS4) – The Aurora Police Department saw a major spike in officers leaving the department in 2020. A total of 87 officers were fired or left last year, according to data that will be presented to an Aurora City Council panel on Thursday. (credit: CBS) The data shows civil service turnover in the Aurora Fire and Aurora Police Departments. Turnover for Aurora Fire Rescue was at its lowest level in seven years, with just 23 employees leaving the department. That’s 5.3% of the workforce. The data paints a much different story at the Aurora Police Department, however. In 2020, 87 employees left, comparted to just 54 in 2019, an increase of more than 60%. READ MORE: Man Using Walker Accused Of Stealing $1,000 In Merchandise From Bike Shop The turnover rate for Aurora police went from 5.4% in 2019 to 19.9% in 2020. The latest firing came on Feb. 11,...
    Hundreds of Texans who were left without power and were unable to work when the deadly Storm Uri hit the state last week are now being told by their employers they have to take any days missed as vacation or otherwise forfeit their pay. Internal emails and messages observed by the Daily Beast indicate that dozens of employers in Texas have told those who were unable to get to work or unable to work remotely because of power loss that they must considered the lost days as vacation. Those with no vacation days left to use up or those unwilling to forfeit holiday, however, will be forced to go without pay. Among the employers in question are several large entities, including Bell Textron Inc., United Ag & Turf, BAE Systems, and even the City of Dallas. It comes as some residents in the state are also grappling with another crisis: sky-high...
    As panicked Americans cleared supermarkets of toilet paper and food last spring when the pandemic first hit, at times refusing to wear masks, grocery employees gained thanks and recognition as among the most indispensable of the pandemic's frontline workers. A year later, most of those workers are waiting their turn to receive COVID-19 vaccines, with little clarity about when that might happen. A decentralized vaccine campaign has resulted in a patchwork of policies that differ from state to state, and even county to county in some areas, resulting in an inconsistent rollout to low-paid essential workers who are exposed to hundreds of customers each day. "Kind of a shock""Apparently we are not frontline workers when it comes to getting the vaccine. That was kind of a shock," said Dawn Hand, who works at a Kroger supermarket in Houston, where she said three of her co-workers were out with the...
    (CNN Business)Two Google engineers have resigned from the tech giant, citing the departure late last year of prominent Black artificial intelligence researcher Timnit Gebru. The resignations are the latest salvos in an ongoing fight between the company and workers who are furious about its lack of diversity.In a letter posted to LinkedIn dated January 5, David W. Baker, a Google director of engineering who worked on trust and safety, wrote that he was leaving the company as of January 19 after more than 16 years. Gebru's departure, Baker wrote, "extinguished my desire to continue as a Googler." Similarly, Vinesh Kannan, a software engineer, posted on Twitter Wednesday that he left Google this month "because of Google's mistreatment" of Gebru and April Curley, a Black ex-Google diversity recruiter who in December tweeted that she had been fired after experiencing retaliation due to her repeatedly advocating for the company to hire qualified...
    Around 60% of the workforce has become remote amid the coronavirus pandemic.champja The coronavirus upended the way many workers do their job — whether in person or from home — and increased the time they spend doing it.  In 2020, the average workday lengthened by nearly an hour, according to a working paper published by the National Bureau of Economic Research. Despite the longer hours, workers are taking less breaks as well. Since March, an overwhelming majority of Americans have shortened, postponed or canceled their planned time off, according to separate survey of over 2,000 workers in July. Zoom In IconArrows pointing outwards "When your kitchen table becomes your office, it gets harder and harder to distinguish between work and home," said Claire Barnes, senior vice president of human resources at Monster Worldwide. "Sadly, we've seen more and more workers — across all sectors — not taking vacation and personal time offered by...
    A group of Ohio restaurant employees received a surprise early Christmas gift after a customer left a $5,600 tip on a bill for the staff to split. The customer, who wished to remain anonymous, was dining at Souk Mediterranean Kitchen in Toledo on December 12 when he left the giant tip for all 28 staff members — including those who were not working that day. Each staff member received $200 after dividing up the tip. “There was a lot of tears, I’m tearing up now talking about it,” Moussa Salloukh, Souk’s owner and chef, told CNN. “Your restaurant staff becomes your family and everyone cares about each other. I’ve been staying out of the kitchen to give employees hours to get through and put gifts under the tree for their kids, so this was so huge for us.” Restaurants, bars, and those who work for them have been hit hard by...
    (CNN)Employees at a restaurant in Ohio received a Christmas gift they didn't see coming when a customer left a $5,600 tip for the entire staff to split.The guest, who asked the restaurant to allow him to remain anonymous, was dining at Souk Mediterranean Kitchen in Toledo on December 12 when he left the massive tip for all 28 employees -- including those who were off that day. After dividing it, each staff member took home $200."There was a lot of tears, I'm tearing up now talking about it," Moussa Salloukh, Souk's owner and chef, told CNN. "Your restaurant staff becomes your family and everyone cares about each other. I've been staying out of the kitchen to give employees hours to get through and put gifts under the tree for their kids, so this was so huge for us." A FedEx driver surprised a boy with a new basketball and...
    Penguin Random House Canada’s decision to publish a new book by controversial Canadian psychologist Jordan Peterson — who has called white privilege a “Marxist lie” — caused employees to break down in tears during a company-wide meeting, according to a new report. Several workers, who didn’t want to be identified, vented to Vice News about the decision that Peterson’s book “Beyond Order: 12 More Rules for Life” would be published by the subsidiary of Penguin Random House and released in March 2021. The announcement was the focus of an emotional town hall with staffers Monday. “People were crying in the meeting about how Jordan Peterson has affected their lives,” one employee told Vice News. Popular among right-wingers, Peterson in 2016 notably spoke out against Canadian law Bill C-16, which added “gender identity or expression” to the Canadian Human Rights Act. The law, passed the following year, made it illegal...
              Live from Music Row Tuesday morning on The Tennessee Star Report with Michael Patrick Leahy – broadcast on Nashville’s Talk Radio 98.3 and 1510 WLAC weekdays from 5:00 a.m. to 8:00 a.m. –  host Leahy welcomed California refugee and direct mail pioneer Craig Huey to the studio. At the top of the second hour, Huey described what motivated him to leave California and reset his business in Nashville, Tennessee. He later went on to explain multiple issues that made California an impossible place for a small business or an entrepreneur to succeed. Leahy: We are broadcasting live from our studios in Nashville, Tennessee on Music Row. I love saying that Craig. Huey: Yeah, that’s great. (Chuckles) Leahy: Who wouldn’t want to be broadcasting live from a studio on Music Row in Nashville, Tennessee? Huey: It sounds absolutely incredible. Leahy: It’s a lot of fun. and...
    Amazon employees who have endured uncertain months of work during the pandemic are voicing their disdain with a move to give new hires an up to $3000 signing bonus, while they have only received coupon vouchers for turkeys during the holiday season.  Social media chatrooms for Amazon Inc. employees have been filled with slamming post describing how some employees received vouchers for as low as $10. Others didn't receive anything at all, Bloomberg reports.  In anticipation for a grueling holiday season - where online sales are expected to spike 33 percent - the global online retailer has used signing bonuses to entice people to apply.  People in California facilities are getting $3000 at some places while people in Illinois are getting $2000 and people in Massachusetts are getting $1,500. Amazon is offering signing bonuses for new employees who work during the holiday season The move is angering workers who...
    ARLINGTON (CBSDFW.COM) – A teacher in the Arlington Independent School District says she had no choice but to resign out of concern over the coronavirus and the health of her family. Michelle Nogle taught history at Seguin High School but had her last day on campus last week. Nogle, who lives with her elderly parents, told the Fort Worth Star Telegram that she was concerned about bringing COVID-19 home with her. Students in Arlington have the option of returning to campus or learning virtually, but since September teachers have been expected to give instruction from the classroom. Instead of performing in-person classes, Nogle said she was forced to use her paid time-off in order to work remotely. When that time was exhausted the school allegedly told her she needed to take unpaid leave. The five-year Seguin veteran said that wasn’t an option and resigned. Arlington ISD Superintendent Dr. Marcelo Cavazos...
    EDGEWATER, Md. (WJZ) — Police are still searching for two people wanted for allegedly assaulting employees after refusing to wear masks at a Cold Stone Creamery in Edgewater on Saturday. Nythia Davis told WJZ she was working with an employee when two customers, a man and a woman, came into the shop. Davis said the woman refused to properly wear a mask, and that she and her coworker asked her several times to put it on, but she didn’t listen. Cold Stone Creamery Employee Who Asked Customers To Wear Masks Assaulted; Suspects Sought, Police Say “I said, ‘I’m gonna call the police,'” Davis told WJZ. “Once I said that it got violent.” “She started pushing us and calling us names,” Davis added. She said things escalated outside of the store, and the man attacked both of them. “I got punched in the face and that’s all I really remember,” Davis said....
    BEVERLY HILLS (CBSLA) — Police are seeking the public’s help to identify six to eight hate crime suspects who made pro-Armenia comments and attacked employees inside a Beverly Hills restaurant. The incident occurred around 8:30 p.m. on Wednesday at a restaurant in the 300 block of South Beverly Drive, near Gregory Way, according to Lt. Max Subin of the Beverly Hills Police Department. The type of restaurant was not immediately known. According to Subin, six to eight men between the ages of 20 and 30 entered the restaurant, made pro-Armenia statements at the employees, destroyed property inside the establishment and attacked employees both inside and in an outdoor alley. The victims sustained minor injuries and refused medical treatment at the scene but detectives did not provide further information about them. Surveillance footage is being reviewed to identify the suspects, Subin said. “The BHPD is investigating this unacceptable act of hate and...
    Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg admitted that he believes his employees leans left politically during Wednesday’s Senate Commerce Committee hearing on Big Tech. Google CEO Sundar Pichai and Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey did not answer whether they believe their employees lean politically right or left. The Silicon Valley Masters of the Universe are all notorious for their leftist progressive employees. “We have public reports that you have different chat forums in all of your companies, and also public reports where the few conservatives that might work for your company have certainly been harassed on those types of forums,” said Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI) during Wednesday’s hearing. “I don’t expect you to have taken a poll of your employees, but I just want to get kind of a sense — because I think it’s pretty obvious — would you say that the political ideology of the employees at your company is, let’s say...
    A recent report from the New York Post alleges that employees at tech giant Facebook are “ashamed” of the social media giant’s censorship of the Post’s bombshell reports on Democratic Presidential candidate Joe Biden, his son Hunter, and their alleged dealings with Burisma. According to the Post, one employee wrote, “I was shocked that Facebook did this. We kinda called [brought] this on ourselves. So much for ‘we are not the arbiters of truth.’ “ The New York Post reports that following the mass censorship of the Post’s latest report on Joe Biden and his alleged involvement in his son Hunter Biden’s business dealings with the Ukrainian energy firm Burisma, a Facebook insider told the Post that many at the company are “ashamed” at Facebook’s blatant censorship. The Post reports that a Facebook insider told the publication: “Facebook is almost an arm of the Democratic Party — an arm of the far-left wing of the Democratic Party.” In an...
    “Facebook is almost an arm of the Democratic Party — an arm of the far-left wing of the Democratic Party.” So said the former Facebook insider as we sat down for an interview at a Midtown restaurant Friday afternoon. A gloomy rain had left the joint deserted, yet the man across the table from me spoke in hushed tones and looked over his shoulder in between remarks for fear of retaliation. Yet he felt he had to speak out, because staffers are “intentionally trying to swing people further to the left,” as he had put it in an e-mail requesting the meeting. I already knew that, of course. It was a Facebook communications manager, Andy Stone, who on Thursday announced the firm was reducing circulation of The Post’s still-undisputed reporting on the Hunter Files — an employee who happened to work for Democratic lawmakers before joining the tech giant. What...
    More than 1,000 current and former employees of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have found a response to Donald Trump’s corona virus. Read the letter signed by current and former pathologists for the agency’s epidemiological service that “the absence of national leadership in Govt-19 is unprecedented and dangerous.” “The CDC must be at the forefront of a successful response to this global public health emergency.” The letter was signed by two former CDC directors, Jeffrey Coplan, who headed the CDC under Bill Clinton and George W. Bush, and Tom Frieden, who worked under Barack Obama.read moreThe letter, published in the Epidemiology Surveillance Newsletter, expressed concern over the “threatening politicization and humiliation of the country’s health care system” during the virus. The White House has been criticized for interfering with the CDC’s role, accusing management of editing official health guidelines and altering the language used by scientists. “The CDC...
    Old social-media posts from Bon Appétit's editor in chief, Adam Rapaport, and drinks editor, Alex Delany, surfaced recently. Ethan Miller/Getty Images/Alex Delany/Instagram Condé Nast and its food publication Bon Appétit have come under fire as high-profile staff members have made — or been subjects of — allegations of racism, among other things. Between countless social-media posts, an exposé in which employees of color described a "toxic" work environment, and the resignations of executives, the publication has perhaps experienced its most turbulent period ever. Weeks after the initial controversy, seven BA YouTube stars announced they would no longer appear in the publication's popular videos.  Following former editor-in-chief Adam Rapoport's departure from the publication in June, publishing powerhouse Dawn Davis will start as Bon Appétit's new editor-in-chief on November 2. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Bon Appétit's reckoning has continued weeks after the publication experienced a deluge of public...
    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — The family of a SEPTA worker who died due to COVID-19 is sharing the heart-wrenching story of their loved one’s passing. And how the mechanic’s wife and son were left behind infected with the virus and with no health insurance. SEPTA’s staff has been hard hit by the COVID-19 pandemic with over 350 confirmed employee cases. While the majority of those employees have recovered and returned to duty, families of those who have to say the transit agency has left them struggling. (credit: CBS3) After 32 years of wedded bliss, Brenda Smith-Nixon struggled through her husband’s last moments. “It just happened so quickly,” an emotional Smith-Nixon said. “We didn’t find out he had COVID until March 30.” Eleven days earlier, Ted Nixon returned home from work feeling ill. The family thought it was the flu. He was mostly lethargic. On the day he died, he’d just had...
    Under the leadership of Commissioner Penny Schwinn, Tennessee’s Department of Education and its affiliates have experienced turnover of one-third of its employees, department data shows. Since Schwinn took office as commissioner in February 2019, a total of 405 employees, or roughly 33 percent, have left the department. The vast majority of employees leaving the department have resigned – about two-thirds of the total number. Since last February, 116 employees have resigned from the department’s central office, 19 have retired and 26 were terminated. As of this month, 391 employees remain in the department’s central offices. A total of 244 employees left the departments' subsidiaries, including the Achievement School District, State Board of Education, the Energy Efficient Schools Initiative, School Support Services program and the Tennessee Early Intervention System. In the first nine months of Schwinn’s leadership, the turnover rate at the agency was about 18 percent,...
    Trump administration designates several US cities hotbeds of anarchy Prices for These Types of Meat Have Fallen Significantly Heres the email Elon Musk sent Tesla employees with 10 days left in Q3 Tesla CEO Elon Musk sent an e-mail to all employees saying they would have to "rally hard" to hit "record deliveries" in the third quarter of 2020.  The company issued guidance earlier in the year saying it would deliver 500,000 electric vehicles in 2020.  In the second quarter, Tesla reported more than 90,000 vehicle deliveries. © Provided by CNBC Elon Musk On Sunday evening, Tesla CEO Elon Musk sent an e-mail to all employees at the electric vehicle maker saying the company would have to "rally hard" to hit "record deliveries" for the quarter. Load Error Musk, and sometimes other Tesla execs, typically send "everybody" e-mails in the final week of the quarter, many...
    Elon MuskMark Ralston | AFP | Getty Images On Sunday evening, Tesla CEO Elon Musk sent an e-mail to all employees at the electric vehicle maker saying the company would have to "rally hard" to hit "record deliveries" for the quarter. Musk, and sometimes other Tesla execs, typically send "everybody" e-mails in the final week of the quarter, many of which leak to the press. Doing this helps encourage employees, internally, and manage investor expectations externally, as Tesla approaches its deadline for vehicle production and deliveries. Like other auto makers, Tesla reports these numbers on a quarterly basis ahead of earnings. Electrek previously reported on the email. Tesla delivered 112,000 vehicles in the fourth quarter of 2019, its best on record, and 88,400 in the first quarter of 2020. In the second quarter of 2020, Tesla said it delivered 90,650 vehicles, which beat analysts' expectations given the Covid-19 pandemic's effect on...
    DENVER (CBS4)– Xcel Energy is sending about 250 employees to help restore power after Hurricane Laura. At least 670,000 customers were left without electricity following the storm. (credit: CBS) Xcel employees and contractors from Colorado and other states left for Louisiana this week to help local energy companies. RELATED: Colorado Task Force 1 Arrives In Louisiana To Help With Hurricane Laura Damage Power restoration efforts are expected to last a couple of weeks. (credit: CBS) At the hurricane’s peak, winds of 150 mph slammed into structures. The storm is blamed for at least 14 deaths and billions of dollars in damage in Louisiana and Texas. (credit: CBS)
    The Republicans had a strong beginning to its convention, with many speakers attacking the left’s “cancel culture,” a theme that has become a major — and promising — GOP narrative since President Donald Trump addressed the issue in his Mt. Rushmore speech earlier this year. If the phrase “cancel culture” has a drawback, it is that it is too modern — “cultural revolution” is a better phrase, correctly conjuring images of its historical antecedent in Mao’s Communist China. That is, in fact, what we are living through — Americans across the country are experiencing incidents in their workplaces, in their colleges, and even out in public — that are virtually indistinguishable from Maoist “struggle sessions.” 1) In a scene that played out several times Monday, a Black Lives Matter protest that began in Columbia Heights confronted White diners outside D.C. restaurants,  chanting “White silence is violence!” and demanding White diners show...
    ST. CLOUD, Minn. (AP) — Police in St. Cloud are searching for three men suspected of robbing a downtown pawn shop. The St. Cloud Times reported officers responded to a report of a robbery at Security Coin and Pawn Shop around midday Friday. Three men had entered the store and approached two employees behind the counter. All three men were wearing masks. One of the men left but the other two each grabbed an employee and punched them in their faces. The two men then leaped over the counter, took jewelry from a display case and left. The employees, a 75-year-old woman and a 76-year-old man, were taken by ambulance to a hospital. Their injuries aren't believed to be life-threatening. Copyright 2020 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. Tags: Minnesota
    An insider at Publicis Groupe, one of the world’s biggest advertising and PR companies, exclusively shared screenshots from a “diversity” training day in which employees received instructions by proponents of radical politics of race, which included the corporate wokeness indoctrination such as the idea that the slogan “Make America Great Again” is a form of “covert white supremacy.” During the online day of training, which the insider described as an “insane Maoist jubilee,” employees received instruction on how to favor people in hiring and promotion on the basis of their skin color, that people who don’t feel guilty about racism have “white privilege,” and were advised to direct company money to far-left causes as part of “corporate social responsibility.” This news comes as American corporations are in the spotlight over intolerance of Trump supporters, anti-white racism, and embrace of far-left politics. Tire manufacturer Goodyear is currently facing a boycott, encouraged...
    Jonathan Norman (left), Kevin Leman (center) and Ed Glavin (second from right) at an awards show in 2015. They are standing with Andy Lassner (second from left) and Mary Connelly (right), whose conduct has not been questioned. Frederick M. Brown / Getty Images Ed Glavin, Kevin Leman, and Jonathan Norman have all left their positions as executive producers on "The Ellen Show" following WarnerMedia's internal investigation into the workplace culture. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Ellen DeGeneres told staff of the changes in a Zoom call, saying: "This show would not be what it is without all of you." The announcement comes after BuzzFeed News published an investigation into the show's alleged toxic environment last month. Several former employees told BuzzFeed they had experienced or witnessed sexual misconduct or unfair treatment. Glavin, Leman, and Norman were accused of sexual harassment and intimidation by former employees. Leman and Norman...
    Old social-media posts from Bon Appétit's editor in chief, Adam Rapaport, and drinks editor, Alex Delany, surfaced recently. Ethan Miller/Getty Images/Alex Delany/Instagram Condé Nast and its food publication Bon Appétit have come under fire as high-profile staff members have made — or been subjects of — allegations of racism, among other things. Between countless social-media posts, an exposé in which employees of color described a "toxic" work environment, and the resignations of executives, the publication has perhaps experienced its most turbulent period ever. Weeks after the initial controversy, four BA YouTube stars announced they would no longer appear in the publication's popular videos.  Following his coworkers' departure, drinks editor Alex Delany issued a lengthy apology for his past social-media posts.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Bon Appétit's reckoning has continued weeks after the publication experienced a deluge of public criticism from fans, contributors, and former and current...
    Despite his friendly, gentle demeanour, Apple's chief executive officer Tim Cook has been described as a tough leader who has been known to 'leave his staff in tears'. A new profile of the billionaire Apple boss describes a man who leads his staff 'through interrogation', according to contacts cited by the Wall Street Journal.  Cook succeeded Apple co-founder Steve Jobs as CEO in 2011, six weeks before the latter's death from cancer. Since that time, Apple's market value has soared from $348 billion to $1.9 trillion, but the 'cautious and tactical' leader has had to be ruthless behind the scenes. Cook reached billionaire status earlier this month, according to the Bloomberg Billionaires Index. Middle managers today screen staff before meetings with Apple CEO Tim Cook (pictured) to make sure they're well prepared RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Apple CEO Tim Cook's net worth...
    As anti-police activists around the country demand the doxing of law enforcement, one group is stepping up to answer the call. Malicious hackers have targeted more than twenty police departments and law enforcement organizations across the country in the past two months, releasing identifying information that could jeopardize the safety of tens of thousands of officers, Breitbart News has learned. Anonymous hackers have published information on employees of numerous Southern California police departments, including the Los Angeles Police Department and L.A. County Sheriff’s Office. They have also published the internal passwords for employees of Maryland’s Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services, which oversees the state’s prison system. In another case, hackers offered to find the personal and work email addresses of Minneapolis Police Department employees, including the department’s chief spokesman. It remains unclear if anyone has taken up their offer. In the files and message board posts reviewed by...
    NASA employees will have the opportunity next week to hear a talk from left-wing professor and author Ibram X. Kendi, whose bestselling book “How To Be Antiracist” argues that any system that leads to different outcomes is racist and must be dismantled. According to an email obtained by The Daily Wire, NASA employees were informed of Kendi’s upcoming lecture with the subject line, “Understand Anti-racism by Understanding What it Means to be Racist.” The email read: “The only way to undo racism is to consistently identify and describe it — and then dismantle it,” writes professor Ibram X. Kendi. ‘That is the essence of anti-racism: the action that must follow both emotional and intellectual awareness of racism.” Ibram X. Kendi is a renowned historian and the author of “How to Be an Antiracist.” Professor Kendi will speak to the NASA workforce on Wednesday, Aug. 12, from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m.,...
    Rep. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn., is so far-left and so focused on grabbing the national spotlight with her radical and dangerous proposals that many Democrats in her district are eager to replace her, which explains why she faces a tough primary fight Aug. 11 against two challengers. Describing all of Omar’s fringe proposals would take a book. Among the most harmful is one she has introduced with Rep. Bonnie Watson Coleman, D-N.J., that would create a massive new budget-busting program to give millions of Americans make-work government jobs. Coming on top of trillions of dollars in economic stimulus spending already approved by Congress and expected to be increased to deal with the coronavirus pandemic, Omar’s proposal would send the federal deficit soaring to almost unimaginable heights, requiring massive tax increases at some point to avert national bankruptcy. ILHAN OMAR TAKES HEAT FROM DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY RIVALS, WHO CLAIM SHE’S ‘TRUMP’S BEST DREAM’...
    Red Bull’s Austrian parent company fired a bunch of “woke” executives and managers from its U.S. division, including the CEO. This is how it’s done. Cut out the cancer before it metastasizes. The firings were not without cause. According to two reports, this was not Red Bull doing what the left is doing – firing people over the ideas they hold or what they do in their own private lives. This was not the left’s neo-McCarthyism. No, the Red Bull firings were over damaging leaks, pressure to embrace Black Lives Matter, and an obvious lack of focus on the things that should matter to a sane corporation. In other words, these freaks deserved to be fired, and other corporations might want to stand up and take notice before they become the New York Times, before concession after concession is made to the Woke Taliban — and before you know it,...
    Fifteen female former Redskins employees are accusing the organization of sexual harassment and fostering a toxic culture of abuse, according to an explosive report by the Washington Post. The women say they were subject to unwelcome comments and sexual advances, and encouraged to dress provocatively and flirt with sales clients. Of the five male employees at the center of the accusations, three left the organization in the last week as The Post presented findings to the team and asked for response. Team owner Daniel Snyder is not accused of sexual harassment, but members of his inner circle are, and he was blamed for supplying an understaffed human relations department, belittling employees and creating fear in his employees within the report. It is unclear if Snyder’s ownership of the Redskins — he bought the team in 1999 and is in the process of changing the team name from a derogatory...
    Yichuan Cao | NurPhoto | Getty Images Google's chief compliance officer for more than a decade, Andy Hinton, has departed the company, following a wave of executive departures that started in December. Hinton left the company in late March, he told CNBC in an interview. He's becoming an advisor to a start-up called #NotMe, which claims to allow employees to make anonymous complaints about workplace issues, including the types of complaints Google has faced in recent years. However, Hinton said the mounting controversies at Google weren't the reason for his departure, and that he wanted to spend more time with family.  Hinton served as vice-president and chief compliance officer at Google for more than 13 years. Compliance chiefs at large companies like Google typically help them comply with regulations and internal guidelines and bylaws. His departure comes in amid of a slow-rolling executive shakeup over the last several months. In...
1