Amazon.com Inc. violated federal labor laws when it prevented off-duty employees from using workspaces for union organizing, US labor prosecutors alleged in sweeping new complaints, escalating their standoff with the country’s second-biggest private employer.
AI could replace 80% of jobs ‘in next few years’: expert
Artificial intelligence could replace 80 percent of human jobs in the coming years — but that’s a good thing, says US-Brazilian researcher Ben Goertzel, a leading AI guru.
Expert explains how to deal with inappropriate behaviour in the workplace
Does your boss follow you on Instagram? Does a colleague put their hand on your shoulder when they speak to you? Are you made to feel uncomfortable by a co-worker?
Gen Z and Millennial Workers Put in 8 Hours of Unpaid Overtime Every Week: Report
What do Gen Z and older employees have in common? Pessimism about getting a raise this year, according to a report released Wednesday.
Hicks: What new artificial intelligence might do to labor markets
Artificial intelligence, or AI, is back in the news with the rapid adoption of a technology called ChatGPT.
Are You A Boomerang Hire? You Might Be Part Of The New Workplace Trend
Sometimes, your dream job isn’t all it cracked up to be – and that’s OK.
What is sensehacking? The latest workplace wellbeing trend
The modern office has gone through many changes. In the 2000s, businesses began to favour airy, open-plan workspaces over traditional cubicles. In the last decade, companies tapped into the trend of offering office perks, which included relaxing areas, games rooms and even bars.
Think the bosses are back in charge? Think again: Recruiters predict talent will keep leverage for another 5 years
As countries around the globe face varying levels of economic hardship, business leaders have been trying to take back some of the leverage their employees gained in boom times.
The return to the office once seemed inevitable. A new study shows companies are already reversing course
Remote workers are adopting a new practice called ‘body doubling,’ in which they watch strangers work online
Nicole Onyia, 24, goes live on TikTok for about five hours every day—all while juggling her full-time job as a data analyst.
Don’t Want To Go Back To The Office? Some Companies May Be Bringing The Office To You
A study released this week by lease accounting software company Visual Lease found that 70% of the senior real estate executives polled say their clients are looking for more office space as a part of their real estate strategy for 2023.
Walmart takes the return to office one step further by asking hundreds of employees to relocate to an entirely new city
Like many other major companies, Walmart is asking its employees to come into the office more often. In an internal memo seen by the Wall Street Journal, Walmart chief technology officer Suresh Kumar said that the retail giant’s technology workers will be asked to work in person at least two days a week.
The Added Perks of Boosting Workplace Benefits
When workplace benefits meet the needs of employees, there are as many benefits to employers as there are to employees.
Some Workers Can Supersize Their Tax-Deferred Retirement Savings In 2023
The IRS has issued the 2023 retirement contribution limits and the differences between what salaried workers can sock away and how much self-employed workers can save are striking.
‘Quiet hiring’ is the opposite of quiet quitting, and workers are furious about it
First came “quiet quitting.” Then came “quiet firing.” Now, the latest silent workplace trend is “quiet hiring.”