A new wave of transparency is sweeping across America’s workplaces–and there’s no looking back. At the beginning of the year, California, Washington, and New York joined Colorado to require pay transparency for most open jobs.
Unionized bodies in topless bar: How sex workers became the new frontier of the labor movement
Dancers at the Star Garden Topless Dive Bar in Los Angeles have voted to become the only unionized strippers in the U.S. – joining a growing trend of young employees seeking workplace protection though labor mobilization.
‘Bossware’ AI that tracks remote workers’ activities could break the law, government says
The head of the U.S. agency charged with enforcing civil rights in the workplace says artificial intelligence-driven “bossware” tools that closely track the whereabouts, keystrokes and productivity of workers can also run afoul of discrimination laws.
What CHROs should know about the EEOC’s updated workplace harassment prevention recommendations
The EEOC’s updated harassment guidelines put a greater focus on leadership accountability.
Bosses and workers are finally reaching a ‘truce’ on remote work
Employees and employers may finally be reaching a happy middle ground on remote work arrangements, a new report finds. And it’s not the old model of requiring workers to come into the office every day.
American worker productivity is declining at the fastest rate in 75 years—and it could see CEOs go to war against WFH
It’s been a rough three years.
Workers are adopting ‘productivity theater’ as bosses continue to spy on them and push for an office return
Whether you’re leaving your laptop open so your Slack status stays green while taking a break or you’re pretending to read an email when your boss saunters by in the office, some days are just about putting in the work to look like you’re working.
75% of workers are job-seeking, despite believing they’ve lost power in the market. Here’s what they’re looking for from prospective employers
As countries around the globe face varying levels of economic slowdown, business leaders have been attempting to regain some of the power lost to employees during the pandemic and the Great Resignation era.
Preventing burnout is now the number one job for bosses. These 7 strategies can protect your teams
Between layoffs and hiring freezes and a newfound laser focus on profits and productivity, today’s employees are being asked to do more with fewer resources—a one-way ticket to burnout.
ChatGPT and its ilk are making it easier for remote workers to secretly hold two or more full-time jobs
If you’re managing remote workers, how do you know they’re working only for you?
53% of women say they’re lonely at work and it only gets worse the higher they climb. Here’s what can help
It’s often been said that it’s lonely at the top and now there’s new research to prove it.
Companies are missing a big ‘pain point’ for working parents, and it’s causing some to leave the workforce
Rebecca Wilhoit was one of 865,000 women who left the workforce in September 2020 amid the shift to remote learning, school closures, and unpredictable childcare availability for her three children.
Bosses who want their workers to be more productive are better off sharing their salary than forcing them back to office
Bosses worried about productivity are trying to get their workers back in the office. But they might be better off spilling how much they make instead.
More companies are watching their remote workers WFH on camera—but it’s costing them big time
The panopticon might be realer than we realize.
Artificial intelligence is increasingly being used to make workplace decisions–but human intelligence remains vital
Companies are increasingly turning to artificial intelligence tools and analytics to reduce cost, enhance efficiency, raise performance, and minimize bias in hiring and other job-related decisions.