With exceptionally high turnover, the company risks churning though available labor pool by 2024
‘I want everyone to understand that I am, in fact, a person.” So claimed a Google software program, creating a bizarre controversy over the past week in AI circles and beyond.
Study shows unionized workers earn 10.2% more than non-union peers, amid wave of organizing at some of largest US employers
Thousands of municipal workers have won the right to form unions but law stops short of allowing them to strike
Report on 300 top US companies found CEOs making an average of $10.6m, with the median worker getting $23,968
Third largest bank in the US has faced a series of scandals, from fake accounts to mass overtime pay violations
Company has already reportedly pushed back by trying to use union dues as a tactic to deter workers from supporting the union
Workers who bore the brunt of the Covid pandemic at billion-dollar companies such as Dollar General, McDonald’s and Wendy’s are leading a surge in action
Musk’s comment comes as Tesla’s massive Shanghai ‘Giga-factory’ pushes its workers to the limit to meet production targets amid an ongoing pandemic lockdown there
On International Workers’ Day, we chart the cultural changes from moments of humanity at Wernham Hogg to grim visions of a more brutal post-Covid reality
About half of minority-ethnic workers said their employer had taken action to tackle racism in past 12 months
US will support mental health measures for young people and easier self-identification on federal forms
Employers are trying desperately to ignore that we’ve become fundamentally different humans
The Fast Recovery Act would create a council of parent companies, workers, franchises and regulators to monitor pay, work setups
A lawyer at a top London firm has suggested recruiting a chief happiness officer. Could this be the answer to mid-life burnout and the great resignation?