Tech workers on Blind are discussing ways to find “low pressure” jobs.
There’s one big reason why workers don’t want to go back to the office 5 days a week
While Elon Musk may think remote work is “morally wrong,” the pandemic proved that being in the office is not essential to doing a wide range of jobs.
Around 79% of American workers believe AI will threaten their salary and lead to pay cuts, new survey finds
American workers are concerned about the adoption of AI in the workplace, especially the prospect of wages declining across the country, a new survey found.
Most remote workers say they’d take a pay cut to continue being allowed to work from home, a new poll shows
Many remote workers want to stay at home — and they’re willing to make less money doing just that.
Employees say returning to the office is breaking the bank. Here’s what’s costing them so much
More employees are returning to the office after years of remote work, and they say that shift is hitting their wallets.
Elon Musk’s tirade about remote work being ‘morally wrong’ has tech workers up in arms, with some calling him a hypocrite
Some tech workers aren’t happy about Elon Musk’s recent tirade on remote work and the so-called “laptop classes.”
Google is downsizing its contract workforce that supports YouTube shortly after one contractor team’s union victory
Google is reducing its contract workforce that supports YouTube operations.
It might be time to break up with your work wife or husband — the concept is ‘outdated’ and exclusionary, experts say
Work spouses are close colleagues who rely on each other for support in the workplace.
Workers in the US now want at least $76,000 to start a new job as minimum wage expectations continue to rise in a red-hot job market
Employees’ wage expectations have risen to $76,000 a year, according to a New York Fed survey.
Target workers reveal the best perks and biggest frustrations of the job
Workers looking for a retail job will almost certainly consider a job with Target, which, in recent years, has been a leader in raising the standard for hourly roles in the industry.
The real reason bosses are freaked out by remote work
Ever since COVID began to recede, America’s CEOs have been waging a determined campaign to haul their employees back into the office.
Gen Z is the biggest beneficiary of workplace nepotism despite calling it out, study finds
More than two-thirds of Gen Z have used nepotism to land a job offer, a new study found.
Starbucks’ Howard Schultz was the gold standard for good bosses everywhere. Then Gen Z worked for him.
In 1996, President Bill Clinton introduced an audience at Georgetown University to “a remarkable Seattle-based company” that offered even its part-time employees health insurance.
In praise of praise
Bosses have forgotten how to say “good job” — and it’s driving employees to quit
A bill banning height and weight discrimination appears poised to pass in NYC
The New York City Council appears prepared to pass a bill banning weight and height discrimination.