Banks look to implement Workday’s AI software in coming months
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Amazon is growing increasingly stern with its return-to-office mandate, and it’s now saying employee promotions may be on the line.
Modern workers, especially Gen Zers, are demanding accommodations from their employers for their physical and mental health
Did the pandemic throw your work schedule upside down?
Every woman will know the feeling: you get home after a long day, take off your bra and exhale.
A new study published in Autism Research has found that autistic employees are more likely than their nonautistic counterparts to voice concerns when they witness problems in the workplace.
Glassdoor warned that wage growth is cooling, jobs are harder to find in specific industries and companies are seeking more from current employees
The basic elements of a positive employee experience don’t change depending on where in the world you live.
As companies ask employees to return to office now, many are getting smarter with how they spend their time there.
This is the dawning of the age of the Gen Z
Theodora Lee said overall case filings in the San Francisco state trial court have been down significantly compared to pre-pandemic levels, but she’s seeing an uptick in labor and employment law cases.
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In this episode, Jen discusses the unique challenges small businesses face and the best practices for staying out of court.
“The biggest red flag on LinkedIn is the ‘open to work’ symbol.” Ever since former Google recruiter Nolan Church, now the CEO of talent marketplace Continuum, made that statement recently, it’s been splashed all over the internet, frightening job hunters.
“Recruiting is like dating,” Church says, making an analogy. “You have
WASHINGTON – The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) detailed its financial management and provided a high-level overview of key performance results in its Fiscal Year 2023 Agency Financial Report (AFR) released today.