Millennials are powering the continued remote work boom, and are more likely to be remote.
Some people don’t want to land a manager job.
Can a machine tell that you’re mad just by looking at your face? Do your emails give away how stressed you are? Could a computer understand your emotions better than you?
American workers say they are going to therapy to talk about their toxic bosses, a new poll found.
Early in the pandemic, Bryan Roque lost his job as a software engineer at Amazon.
A new Slack report found the five distinct personalities you’re likely to encounter at work.
Amazon has built its $1.3 trillion empire largely by tracking and evaluating almost every aspect of a customer’s life. From a new TV to a toilet-paper refill, Amazon knows what a customer wants and when they want it, and it’s always ready to serve it to them.
Gen Z, on the heels of the pandemic, is pushing for changes to how we work.
Dollar General rescinded job offers to applicants with high blood pressure or poor eyesight, an EEOC lawsuit claims.
A federal jury in New York decided Friday that Google discriminated against a female executive due to her gender by hiring her at a lower, lesser-paid position than her male peers and retaliating against her when she complained.
Amazon is now giving managers leeway to effectively fire employees who fail to meet the company’s three-times-a-week, return-to-office mandate.
Some workers at LinkedIn found their names on an internal list a day before they were laid off.
An Oklahoma McDonald’s manager sexually harassed a teenage worker until she resigned, the EEOC says.
A Dollar General manager in Georgia fired a worker after learning she was pregnant, the EEOC claimed.
Some Americans are secretly working multiple remote jobs.