Ukraine and Russia are key players in the global gig economy, and the war is exposing how much American and European companies rely on them.
Plus: “Lupin” was robbed, ironically, and auditors may need auditors.
A new study shows that people who don’t like how they look when videoconferencing are more likely to suffer from Zoom fatigue.
We asked you about your bad bosses and, oof, you delivered. Bad bosses often learn from others, creating a trickle-down toxic culture.
Bolt, a hot ecommerce startup, is the most recent tech company to adopt a 4-day workweek after testing it out during a 3-month trial.
A California court decided a widow and her daughters can sue her employer over workplace COVID exposure.
An Amazon warehouse in Illinois was struck by a tornado, killing 6 people. Now, the company’s safety practices are under investigation.
Workplace surveillance has crept into employees’ homes with the rise of remote work. Employees, unsurprisingly, don’t love it.
West Hollywood just approved the highest minimum wage rate in the country, but it still falls short of the city’s living wage rate.
To attract remote workers, US cities are offering cash incentives, subsidized housing, and other incentives (like free coffee).
Braintrust Network is a decentralized gig platform that allows users to keep 100% of their earnings.
The latest work from home trend is doing 2 jobs at once.
An employee went scorched earth when he reviewed the tech company that fired him. Now, they’re suing for $1m.
Plus: Olympian tax breaks, remote work is happening from the couch, and Amazon’s record employment.
A new equal pay law in Colorado -- and the additional bureaucracy -- is costing the state’s residents remote work opportunities.
Rounding up this week’s most interesting news in numbers.
Coinbase is banning salary negotiation and speeding up equity payouts.