Three years since the pandemic spurred the remote work phenomenon, employees want to retain their flexibility, while bosses are prioritizing satisfying customers over workers.
Leaders everywhere are making their employees’ blood boil. Two recent cases were so egregious that they made headlines.
Tesla Inc supervisors at a Florida service center violated U.S. labor law by telling employees not to discuss pay and other working conditions or bring complaints to higher level managers, a U.S. labor board official has ruled.
Hard work is a crucial ingredient to succeeding in your career — but it’s not the only thing that matters.
When going to see a movie, especially one that has a modern and realistic setting, it’s a good bet that you will see a lot of things that are familiar.
With more attention being paid to data centers, and the huge amounts of energy required to keep them operational, a new report from NetApp has quantified just how much data we’re storing “for no reason.”
In the latest crackdown against wage theft in Southern California, state officials said Tuesday they would penalize an Inglewood carwash operator more than $900,000 for paying workers far below the minimum wage and denying them overtime and rest breaks.
A company with a “no facial hair” policy hired an EMT who could not shave his beard due to his religious beliefs — and fired him when he refused to do so, federal officials say.
87% of Microsoft employees feel as though they are more productive while working from home, whereas 80% of Microsoft’s managerial layer thinks workers are less productive.
The International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers (IAM) said on Friday it is filing an application seeking an election to represent about 3,000 JetBlue ground workers.
A Chicago manufacturer agrees to pay $230,000 in back pay and interest to settle a discrimination case.
Amazon CEO Andy Jassy isn’t looking to force the company’s workers back into the office anytime soon.
When Marilyn Loden first used the phrase “glass ceiling” at a women’s business conference in 1978, she didn’t imagine it would become a familiar metaphor for the challenges to career advancement faced by women in the workforce.
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