It’s tricky, with need for balance, respect for differences
Archives for November 12, 2023
Think your AI skills aren’t sharp enough to climb up the corporate ladder? Worried you might be too much of an ideas person? Or do you feel like you just spend too much time lingering around colleagues’ desks and not enough in front of a spreadsheet?
When the Canadian wildfire smoke hit New York City in June, I got a call from a senior executive with a pressing question: was the air inside their company’s building safe for employees to breathe?
Believe it or not, career breaks are now more common than ever.
Retirees are known for playing bingo in Florida, watching Jeopardy with religious fervor, and voting at every election. They’re less known for returning to the workforce. But right now, that’s exactly what some forlorn economists are hoping for.
Return-to-office mandates are increasingly common, but companies are rapidly downsizing their offices and worried about whether they’ll be able to keep their current one.
Employers are pulling out all the stops to attract workers as the state’s population grows older, offering a likely glimpse of the country’s future.
Is there a hard limit to this type of AI?