Cracking the Code to Learning and Development

How can you tell if your learning and development programs are effective for your business? Read more in the article below.

Reddit Is Reportedly Retaliating Against Planned Protesters

Reddit is reportedly retaliating against those planning a protest against the company’s recent policy change, blocking their accounts.

Meta Is Testing Canadian News Blocking

Following through on threats to block news in Canada if Bill C-18 passes, Meta is randomly testing measures on a smaller percentage of users.

Twitter’s Head of Trust and Safety Has Resigned

Twitter has lost its second head of trust and safety since Elon Musk’s takeover, with a report that Ella Irwin has resigned.

Meta Announces RTO Mandate

Meta is the latest company to announce a return-to-office (RTO) mandate, saying employees must RTO at least three days a week.

Cybersecurity Issues: The World’s Largest Data Breaches

Learn more about what’s new in the cybersecurity threat world – examine the world’s largest data breaches below.

Microsoft Doesn’t Want Employees Sharing Sensitive Data With ChatGPT

Microsoft may be going all-in on OpenAI tech and ChatGPT, but that doesn’t mean the company wants sensitive information shared with it.

Change Management: Successfully Leading Your Organization Through Transitions

Are you ready to lead your organization through change management? Learn some helpful tips in the article below.

NHTSA Wants Cars to Have Automatic Braking Systems

US Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) is pushing for vehicles to have automatic braking systems.

The Tenacious Climb of Women Returning to Work in the Post-Pandemic Workplace

Learn more about how women returning to work are doing so with confidence in the workplace in the article below.