A substantial share of fathers who took on more domestic work during lockdowns have kept it up, new data shows, and rearranged their work lives to do so.
Archives for March 12, 2023
Anyone Working For Elon Musk (Or Anyone Else For That Matter) Should Probably Run Their Contracts Through This Right Now
Most people don’t have $100 million severance clauses, but they should figure out what they do have.
5 ‘Quiet’ Workplace Trends CFOs Need to Know
As competition for talent remains hot, financial leaders should be aware of these lingering labor trends.
DoD has a new plan to apply enterprise-wide talent management to its cyber workforce
The Pentagon on Thursday rolled out a new plan to build and develop its IT and cyber workforce — an employee population that spans across at least 150,000 military and civilian positions, but as of now, suffers from a 25% vacancy rate.
Disabled workforce expands thanks to the job boom — and long Covid
As employers continue their frenzied hiring and inflation stays high, people with disabilities are increasingly at work across the country.
The return to the office once seemed inevitable. A new study shows companies are already reversing course
Arkansas governor signs bill rolling back child labor protections
Arkansas Republican Gov. Sarah Huckabee Sanders signed a bill into law this week that rolls back a number of child labor protections across the state, including a measure that had required employers to obtain work certificates for children under the age of 16.
How Population Trends Are Impacting The Future Of Work
According to statistics from the United Nations, centenarians are the fastest-growing demographic group of the world’s population.
The bias that drives ‘catty’ workplace conflict
When women work for other women, clashes are notorious – even inevitable. But that narrative doesn’t tell the whole story.