An engineering manager laid off by Google said the tech giant sees staff as “100% disposable.”
The end to America’s nationwide labor shortage is still not in sight, but some economists suggest that having a more diversely-abled workforce in today’s hybrid work culture could help solve it.
Burnout is on the rise in the U.S., mostly among female and younger workers, a new report finds.
Imagine you had the choice between two nearly identical job offers.
ManpowerGroup Inc. Chief Commercial Officer Becky Frankiewicz joins Yahoo Finance Live to discuss the resilience of the U.S. labor market, especially amid the July jobs report.
U.S. jobseekers had slightly fewer open gigs to choose from in June but still enjoyed record demand for workers as the labor market held strong, according to data released Tuesday by the Labor Department.
“Literally me,” a friend DM’d me recently. The message came attached to a tweet of a story I’d written about how job seekers are anxious to land new gigs before the turbulent economic landscape becomes even more uncertain.
Elon Musk seemed to try to assuage investors’ anxiety over the weekend, following his leaked emails about slashing Tesla’s workforce, which sent the stock nosediving on June 3, closing down 9.22%.
Allow us to paint you a picture. It’s Monday at 4 a.m. and you can’t sleep because you’ve got a high fever and your throat is on fire.
According to the new ‘WhistleBlower Security US Report’ released today, 41 per cent or 64 million working Americans are aware of wrongdoing committed at their place of work and of those, 78 per cent say they are likely to blow the whistle.
Yahoo Finance Live anchors discuss a new study that suggest a majority of workers don’t feel comfortable being their authentic selves in the workplace.
The Labor Department said it was cautioning plan fiduciaries “to exercise extreme care before they consider adding a cryptocurrency option to a 401(k) plan’s investment menu for plan participants,” as it has “serious concerns” about investments in cryptos and NFTs.
If you build a shiny new office building, will your employees show up to work in it?
Pay transparency laws are increasing across the United States.
Employees value privacy protections above all else in the workplace despite wanting tech-enabled operations