Two others were injured, and a person believed to be the shooter was later found dead of an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound, the police said.
A 42-year-old Des Moines man was convicted of assault over a fight with a man who confronted him over the way he was wearing a mask.
DeWayne Craddock, a city engineer who went on a shooting rampage in 2019, had been “fixated for years” on criticism at work, the F.B.I. said.
Ellen Pao, the former C.E.O. of Reddit, talks Big Tech boys clubs, content moderation and workplace culture.
At some top companies, Asian Americans are overrepresented in midlevel roles and underrepresented in leadership. The root of this workplace inequality could stem from the all-too-common experience of being confused for someone else.
One firm is guiding employees through the process of going public with stories that companies go to great lengths to keep private.
The woman, Teresa Logan, accused Mr. Stringer of sexual harassment and making unwanted advances while she was working for him at a bar and restaurant he co-owned in 1992.
After a shift by the C.D.C., employers withdrew mask policies that workers felt were protecting them from unvaccinated customers.
The magazine’s Ethicist columnist on why asking about vaccine status isn’t a question of etiquette but of public health.
About 50 people carried signs and shouted ‘shame’ at diners Friday, after a New York Times article chronicled harassment and discrimination claims from former employees.
The Rana Plaza collapse led to the agreement, which improved factory safety for workers. Despite a last-minute extension, its legacy may be in jeopardy.
At least four employees at the firm, Cascade Investment, complained to Mr. Gates about Michael Larson, his longtime money manager.
Huge facilities have sprouted up in and around the Lehigh Valley, fueled by the astonishing growth of e-commerce. Some residents say the area’s landscape and long-term economic health could be threatened.
The magazine’s Ethicist columnist on navigating a world in which vaccination against Covid-19 is both common and contested.
The Windsor Police Department said it was investigating what it called “potential hate crime incidents” after a seventh noose was found at a future fulfillment center.
The host Chris Cuomo participated in strategy calls with aides to his brother, Gov. Andrew Cuomo of New York, after sexual harassment allegations emerged this year.
More than 1,000 doctors, and an untold number of medical personnel, have died after coronavirus infections. Many suffer an emotional toll as they make tough decisions about who gets treated.
A former adviser to Representative Doug Lamborn, a Colorado Republican, contends in a federal lawsuit that the congressman flouted safety guidelines, contributing to an outbreak in his office.
Fully vaccinated people do not have to wear masks or maintain social distance indoors or outdoors, with some exceptions, the C.D.C. advised.
The researchers issued a call to action to improve indoor air quality as a safeguard against the spread of contagions like the coronavirus.
A Times food journalist who revealed accusations of misconduct at the restaurant in Washington State discusses how employees came to tell their story.
The administration learned of what appeared to be “serious violations” of labor rights, it said, and is using a new tool in the North American trade deal to seek a review.
Federal agents descended on the massive temple in Robbinsville, N.J., as a lawsuit claimed low-caste men had been lured from India to work for about $1 an hour.
The A.F.L.-C.I.O. and other groups are seeking to make use of a new enforcement mechanism in the updated North American trade deal.
Jimmy Donaldson, 22, is out to become the Elon Musk of online creators.
Following a sexual misconduct investigation, Alomar has been placed on baseball’s ineligible list, but will keep his plaque in the Hall of Fame.
Five articles from around The Times, narrated just for you.
The city seeks $150 million in relief for employees, accusing the fast-food giant of “complete disregard” of a law governing workweeks.
OSHA has saved many lives in its 50 years. But it can do more.
The unions representing actors and crews are in talks with the studios about extending — and possibly changing — the safety protocols they agreed on in September.
A group of guest workers from Jamaica had accused the Yellowstone Club and Hospitality Staffing Solutions of shortchanging their wages and tips.
Globe-trotting diners flock to the Willows Inn’s serene Northwest setting. But former employees say faked ingredients, sexual harassment and an abusive kitchen are the real story.
The Labor Department still (still!) needs to do more to protect employees from getting Covid on the job.
The working conditions of the so-called karigars, who make handicrafts for luxury brands, have long been an issue. Now many have no job at all.
For decades, the producer has cultivated and castigated people at all levels of entertainment. Now his past is catching up with him.
Natalie T. Chase, a District Court judge in Arapahoe County, agreed to step down after the Colorado Supreme Court censured her for insensitive remarks to Black judicial employees.
Social media companies and other organizations are looking out for themselves.
The powerful producer of “Hello, Dolly!” and “The Book of Mormon” regrets “the pain my behavior caused” and says others will directly run his shows.
Players on 15 teams announced they would not attend off-season programming because of concerns about the coronavirus. Some may give up financial benefits in the process.
Jake Siewert led the firm’s post-financial crisis reputation makeover.
Citing recent reports of abusive behavior, including by the powerful producer Scott Rudin, the actress said advocacy mattered more than a lucrative role.
A government worker in China became an internet sensation after a video emerged of her striking back at a boss she accused of harassment.
The host-guest relationship puts all the onus on the server, particularly during the pandemic, and points to the dysfunction at the heart of the business.
I chose not to be. We need to end gag orders for victims of workplace abuse.
As allegations against Gov. Andrew Cuomo put a new spotlight on sexual misconduct in New York’s capital, numerous women there described an enduring predatory and misogynistic environment.
Readers discuss formative experiences in the workplace, at Google and elsewhere.
Debra Hunter, 53, was seen in a widely circulated video last year coughing on a customer who was recording her dispute with employees at a home-goods store in Jacksonville, Fla.
A woman who has accused Gov. Andrew Cuomo of groping her in the Executive Mansion said that she warned him, “You’re going to get us in trouble.”
As states open vaccines and restaurants to all, wait staff and food service workers are often left behind. Some chefs have even opened pop-up spots to get their employees shots more quickly.
In a case riveting national attention, Ikea France is charged with violating privacy rights by surveilling unions, employees and customers.