A conversation about hard conversations at work – when to hold back and how to push forward.
Archives for July 5, 2021
Six factors for companies to consider.
“I think the gains of workers will be evanescent,” said Rep. Andy Levin (D-Mich.), a former labor organizer and a strong voice in Congress for workers. “They will not last.”
Hiring and wage growth are the strongest for restaurant, hotel and retail jobs, reflecting consumers’ desire to get out
Prime Day, Amazon’s annual summer shopping bonanza, lasted not one but two days this June.
As the pandemic unfolded in early 2020, my team and many others around the world were forced to make swift decisions around how to enable new and productive ways of work.
Q: I’ve been working for three years for a company that has one of those cultures that avoids holding employees accountable for poor performance.
The punishment comes after an investigation into allegations of workplace misconduct inside the team. Tanya Snyder, the co-CEO and wife of owner Dan Snyder, will take over day-to-day operations for the next several months.
The NFL has fined the Washington Football Team $10 million and owner Dan Snyder is stepping away from day-to-day operations for several months after an independent investigation found the organization’s workplace “highly unprofessional,” especially for women.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), about 45% of the U.S. population is fully vaccinated against the coronavirus.