Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg may be enamored with the metaverse, but people who have to work in it have a decidedly different view.
Microsoft is giving salaried employees in the US a major perk, offering unlimited vacation under its new “Discretionary Time Off” policy.
The Federal Trade Commission has proposed a rule that would ban noncompete clauses in the US labor market.
Amazon layoff plans have grown to nearly twice their original scope, with the company now planning on laying off 18,000 workers.
Shantanu Narayen, Chairman and CEO of Adobe, discusses how the pandemic has created another “inflection point” in the move toward digital transformation.
We have seen significant acceleration since the COVID-19 pandemic, says DocuSign CEO Dan Springer. A significant portion of that (increase) was due to increase use cases from customers driving that digital transformation faster with services like DocuSign.
Epson has announced it is exiting the laser printer business, citing environmental and business concerns.
A new survey by Moneypenny shows that Americans are confident in their tech skills but still believe they could use additional training.
Amazon has a big problem, with attrition costing the company $8 billion a year, with the company’s “regretted attrition” off the charts.
Expedia has ended its COVID vaccine mandate, for both employees and visitors to its offices.
Microsoft has released a new survey on the state of hybrid work, finding a major issue with trust among corporate leaders.
A new poll indicates that two out of five Americans are living the dream, thanks to remote work.
Tesla is in turmoil over return-to-office (RTO) policies that don’t reflect the realities the company and its employees are facing.
The “Great Resignation” continues to take a major toll on companies and their return-to-office (RTO) plans but is benefiting a key demographic.
As companies strive to regain a sense of post-pandemic normalcy, the UK’s Atom Bank is going all-in on the four-day workweek.
Apple employees are once again pushing back against the company’s return-to-office plans (RTO).
Apple has resumed its return-to-office (RTO) efforts, telling corporate employees they need to be in the office three days a week.
AT&T employees are pushing back against the company’s return-to-office (RTO) plans, saying they can do their work just fine from home.