Salesforce and JPMorgan are the latest big-name companies looking to downsize their office space as remote work becomes the norm.
In the wake of Google’s high-profile missteps with its ethical AI team, the company has suffered a loss of credibility as researchers decline its funding.
Microsoft has released a study of the state of the workplace, finding that flexible work is here to stay, although leaders are out of touch with employee needs.
Amazon’s workers in Italy are going on a 24-hour strike to protest working conditions.
Ford has announced some 30,000 employees will be able to work remotely, providing a clear measurement of just how much the workplace has changed.
Tripadvisor CFO, Ernst Teunissen says that the company is going to hold the line on adding back costs. Trip Advisor reduced expenditures by a staggering 32 percent in 2020 as governments worldwide banned and restricted travel.
The Wall Street Journal has an interesting article today that concluded that Zoom video conferencing is surprisingly harder on extroverts than introverts.
The fallout over Google’s handling of its AI ethics research team continues as the ACM Conference for Fairness, Accountability, and Transparency (FAccT) has suspended the company’s sponsorship.
Google has fired Margaret Mitchell, just a couple of months after its controversial firing of Dr. Timnit Gebru.