Dehumanizing. Gut-wrenching. Slap in the face. Betrayed. Tech workers are using all sorts of emotional phrases to describe the layoff wave that has gripped the industry and become the talk of the business world.
Alphabet CEO Sundar Pichai announced layoffs Friday affecting 12,000 positions at the Google owner.
Gen Z is starting to transform the workplace, according to two McKinsey executives at Davos.
A US District Judge ruled in Twitter’s favor, saying ex-workers couldn’t continue with a class-action suit.
Some Twitter employees are bringing their own toilet paper to work after the company cut back on janitorial services, the New York Times reported.
Gen Z is falling behind in skills needed to enter the workforce.
A Meta employee said in a Blind post they eat all their meals and snacks at the office for free.
Why are so many remote workers deciding to squeal on their companies?
Black women are being pushed out of corporate America by microaggressions, belittling, and burnout.
Elon Musk is not a good boss. His wild demands and questionable managerial practices have shown him to be a capricious, unreliable leader of employees.
A decade ago, Greg Reynoso had a revelation in midtown Manhattan.
So you’re back in the office, for a couple of days a week at least.
My new boss doesn’t like me — never a good sign — but recently what I thought was going to be a not-so-great relationship has turned into a truly terrible work situation.