’Tis the season for giving — but should your holiday shopping list include your boss or your co-workers?
Workers around the world say this is the best U.S. city for expats
Around the world, people agree that the best U.S. city to try living and working abroad is Miami, Florida.
It’s never too soon to save for retirement. Here are 3 ways Gen Z workers can start now
Many older employees and retirees regret not planning or saving for retirement early enough in their working lives.
Companies need to increase salary transparency or workers will quit
Salary transparency laws are spreading across the U.S., requiring companies to list salary ranges on job applications.
You don’t have to be ‘fun’ at work, but it’s good for your career
On Sunday, a Washington Post headline seemed to herald a small victory for office employees everywhere: “French man wins right to not be ‘fun’ at work.”
Has your workplace caught the ‘turnover contagion’? Here are some warning signs
From Meta and Twitter, to Salesforce and Amazon, the tech industry has been plagued by a wave of layoffs in recent months and thousands have lost their jobs.
Avoid these 10 ‘cringeworthy’ phrases that are annoying your co-workers
You might think you sound more professional using corporate lingo, but chances are, you’re probably annoying or confusing your co-workers.
Your boss’ ‘optimism bubble’ can create a workplace disaster — here’s how to prevent it
You’ve seen it before. The boss who insists everything is fine while employees grumble and think the exact opposite. It can present as a tone-deaf companywide call about a pressing social issue.
Leading through layoffs: How to manage workers on their way out — and those who stay
How a company handles a layoff can have a major impact on its future success.
Twitter cuts a large number of contract workers without giving internal teams a heads up
Twitter has terminated a large number of its contract workers according to internal communications viewed by CNBC, all without giving full-time employees who worked with them any advanced notice.
The least stressful job that pays over $100K, according to data—and how to get it
Stress on the job is a common phenomenon. A majority of workers, 79%, experience work-related stress month-to-month, according to the American Psychological Association’s 2021 Work and Well-being Survey of 1,501 U.S. adults.
Amazon pauses hiring for corporate workforce
Amazon is pausing hiring for roles in its corporate workforce, the company announced in a memo to staff Thursday.
Fidelity is the latest employer to offer free college education to workers
In today’s job market, employers are expanding their benefit offerings to attract and retain workers.
A ‘catastrophe’ is coming for the economy, but it’s not recession or inflation, says Secretary of Labor Marty Walsh
U.S. Secretary of Labor Marty Walsh said in an interview at the CNBC Work Summit that he does not expect mass layoffs and job growth should continue into next year.
Flexibility is key to finding, keeping workers even as companies want people back
Despite a growing number of companies wanting workers back in the office, some employers recognize the value of flexibility in attracting and retaining talent.