According to a Zippia.com survey the most popular New Year’s resolution in the state of Texas—was to find a new job.
US productivity is stalling out and employees are less willing to ‘engage in hustle culture,' as 1 in 5 Americans admit to doing the 'bare minimum’ at work
Is it the key to better mental health? Or just plain lazy?
This Millennial Boss's Email Response To Her Employee Who Called Her Out For "Undermining Her" Is So Important It Is Even Bringing Some People To Tears
"I see your point and I apologize. " —Millennial boss
'$200K is chump change': This YouTube influencer says if you don't have a Lamborghini in your 20s, you should have a 'serious' talk with yourself — 3 simple ways to boost your income
Apparently it’s ‘so incredibly easy’ to make big money.
- CBS MoneyWatch
Companies pay severance to shield themselves from liability and help workers. Here's what a package could look like.
- Yahoo News
An Oregon jury awarded a Black woman $1 million in damages this week in a civil case after a gas attendant at a full-service gas station told her, “I don’t serve Black people.”
- Detroit Free Press
Automakers and parts manufacturing are bleeding jobs as suppliers and carmakers struggle to hire and retain employees in factories. Is a fix on way?
Only about half of U.S. workers have access to 401(k) accounts, but even those that do may struggle to save enough to retire.
How much do I really need to retire? Fidelity wants you to save 10 times your income by age 67. But here are 3 reasons why that could be dead wrong
Don't beat yourself with someone else's yardstick.
The Great Resignation was fueled by workers’ obsession with flexibility. Big Tech layoffs have scared employees reprioritizing what they need
Layoff announcements are rattling U.S. workers' confidence in their ability to secure and retain employment.
Boeing expects to hire 10,000 workers in 2023 as it recovers from the pandemic and increases jetliner production, but will trim some support jobs, the U.S. planemaker said Friday. The Arlington, Virginia-based company boosted overall employment by about 14,000 workers in 2022 to 156,000 as of Dec. 31, up from about 142,000 in 2021. Boeing acknowledged it will "lower staffing within some support functions" - a move meant to enable it to better align resources to support current products and technology development.
- Business Insider
A Google recruiter says he discovered he'd lost his job after a call with one of his candidates suddenly disconnected
The recruiter, Dan Lanigan-Ryan, told Insider he was gradually locked out of company systems "and then that was it."
The crypto exchange wants to question its founder’s family as it seeks to locate allegedly misappropriated funds
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A Googler says he was laid off while caring for his terminally-ill mom — but would take another job at the company 'in a heartbeat'
Paul Baker, a video producer, told Insider he was partway through a month of paid carers' leave when his termination email arrived.
- CBS News
The suit says surveillance video shows her wandering out of the facility in the middle of the night last winter, getting locked out, then banging on doors for help. But no one found her for five hours.
Asia's richest man is rocked by a U.S. short-seller's allegations of fraud and money laundering.
‘We don’t want to work for jerks’: A bad boss takes a heavy a toll on your mental health. (It’s the equivalent of being in a bad marriage.)
When managers are more open about their own mental health journey, experts say it can help create a more inclusive and supportive environment.
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McDonald's president who made $7.4 million last year says proposal to pay fast-food workers $22 an hour is 'costly and job-destroying'
McDonald's president calls AB 257, or the FAST Act, 'costly and job-destroying.' A coalition led by chains like McDonald's has secured a referendum vote in November 2024.
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What seemed like a crazy chicken and egg court battle between rapper T.I. and his wife, singer Tameka “Tiny” Harris, versus a popular toy maker ended in a mistrial yesterday when a federal judge in Santa Ana, California, decided that testimony accusing the company of cultural appropriation would leave the jury unfairly biased.
Caesars Entertainment , Wynn Resorts , and MGM Resorts International -- face a class action lawsuit that alleges that they worked to artificially increase room prices. Hagens Berman has filed a class action lawsuit that charges that Caesars, MGM, Wynn, and Treasure Island colluded with a third party, Rainmaker, to collude to raise hotel prices on the Las Vegas Strip.