Bowlero is the subject of a sprawling federal investigation into age discrimination and retaliation that authorities want to settle for $60 million, CNBC has learned.
Co-workers asking for too much help? Try a ’20% no and 80% alternative solution’ response, says The Workplace Therapist
Nearly 60% of employees report experiencing at least “moderate” burnout, according to a 2022 Aflac Workforces Report.
Use this 2-word phrase when your boss asks you to do more work than you have time to do, according to a therapist
Oftentimes the consequence of being a reliable, effective worker is … more work.
American CEOs are ‘failing’ their workers right now, says Harvard expert: ‘We’re in a crisis of trust’
Bosses and employees in America don’t seem to be getting along particularly well these days.
The No. 1 workplace distraction that kills productivity, according to Microsoft
It’s impossible to tally how many meetings we have each week that — as the popular joke goes — could have been an email.
Don’t try to be friends with your boss, says workplace coach—here’s why
No matter how great of a relationship you have with your boss, it’s generally not the best idea to be friends with them.
What Home Depot’s billion-dollar pay raise may help prove about workers
Home Depot’s decision this year to invest $1 billion in employee wages even as sales are slowing in a weakening consumer economy took some Wall Street analysts by surprise.
Blocked emergency exits and ‘dangerous’ fire hazards: Dollar General again found in violation of federal workplace safety standards
An OSHA inspection found “dangerous safety hazards,” including blocked emergency exit routes, at a Dollar General in Jersey Shore, Pennsylvania, the Department of Labor said.
Pay for low-wage workers grew ‘tremendously fast’ in the last 3 years—but experts don’t think it’ll last
Low-wage workers made gains in the last few years.
Walmart sued by EEOC for firing deli worker with Crohn’s disease
Federal authorities sued Walmart Monday for firing a North Carolina employee with Crohn’s disease after allegedly refusing to grant her disability-related leave.
Ways HR is thinking about attracting and retaining Gen Z talent
The impact of Gen Z on the workforce may be greater than the pandemic and a potential recession.
A NYC worker saw her company was hiring for her job title but paying up to $90K more—so she applied for it
A New York City tech worker is going viral for learning a role with her job title was being advertised online and offering up to $90,000 more per year, thanks to a new salary transparency law in the city.
Google CEO defends desk-sharing policy, says some offices are like a ‘ghost town’
Google CEO Sundar Pichai addressed employee criticism of the cloud unit’s new desk-sharing policy at an all-hands meeting last week.
Full-time office work is ‘dead’: 3 labor experts weigh in on the future of remote work
Remote work ballooned during the Covid pandemic as a public health measure.
American workers aren’t returning to the office like their international counterparts—here’s why
Workers around the world throughout Europe and Asia are going back to the office while U.S. employees are still working from home.