They’re offloading packages of cookies and crackers. Individually wrapped treats could be a preview of changing corporate snack perks.
Highlights from our recent survey.
Workplace testing and tracing programs could become the norm, and hallmarks of open offices could become things of the past.
There’s a new way to one-up your coworkers.
A report from The Verge illustrates the terrible working conditions of Facebook’s content moderators.
Gig economy platform Jyve comes out of hiding with $35m in funding and a plan to help gig workers unlock “higher skill opportunities” with each job they successfully complete.
Over one thousand layoffs across print and digital media have thrown the future of journalism into doubt.
Japanese employees are so desperate for well-rested employees, they’re offering their employees bonuses to sleep more than 6 hours.
Netflix hired Rachel Whetstone, a PR mastermind who has managed crises at Google, Uber, and Facebook, to prepare for the storm.
On Friday, the New York Times published another expose on the “toxic” culture at the Silicon Valley Community Foundation, a nonprofit that’s quietly grown to $13.5B in assets.
Workplace norms prevent many employees from using all of their vacation time -- which costs the economy $255B.
Marshmallow makers at a Pennsylvania Peeps factory won a court decision that will force their company Just Born, to honor their pension promises (while they still can).
Employers are increasingly using a number of tools to monitor and surveil their employees’ work habits.
WeWork is selling their investors on a $20B valuation based “energy and spirituality” -- while testing a way to charge workers by the minute for desks.
And at least one online school is trying to get more of those people out into the workforce.