Traffic to restaurants fell 2% in the second quarter, but breakfast transactions were unchanged from a year ago, according to The NPD Group.
Work might feel like the last place you’d go to open up about your feelings.
Maggie Perkins said she started “quiet quitting” at her teaching job in 2018, even before it became a TikTok trend.
The workplace is built for extroverts, says Deb Liu: Your success is often tied to your ability to share, speak up, connect and lead others.
Job openings jumped in July, voluntary quits remain historically elevated and the layoff rate is hovering near record lows. There are nearly two job openings for every unemployed worker.
Let’s face it — work can be stressful, especially when you’re doing a job you don’t necessarily love. However, you can take steps to ensure your ability to thrive in the workplace.
America’s ongoing labor shortage begs an important question: Where have all the workers gone?
Many companies are pushing return-to-office plans in September, the latest shift in the employee-employer dynamic.
For many professionals, the majority of daily work communication happens through emails. Unfortunately, it can be hard to gauge someone’s tone through a computer — and your emails could be coming off a little aggressive.
Amazon workers at a warehouse near Albany have filed a petition for a union election, the National Labor Relations Board confirmed Tuesday.
A new research report from Just Capital on Russell 1000 companies shows that disclosure on worker issues remains very low.
Amazon workers at the company’s largest air hub in California walked off the job earlier this week to demand higher pay and safety improvements.
New York City Mayor Eric Adams announced that Chipotle will pay $20 million to 13,000 workers for violating their right to predictable schedules and paid sick leave.
As the sense of urgency around climate change is increasing, some tech workers are ditching their ultra-desirable, high-paying tech jobs to work at companies fighting climate change.
Tesla’s 10Q filing for Q2 reveals that the EEOC has issued a cause finding that “closely parallels” complaints put forth by California’s civil rights agency, the DFEH.