Live bugs, dead animals, death threats, mystery packages - all just skimming the surface of harassment from former eBay execs.
Robots and AI are on the rise, and workers on are edge about their career future, especially at companies like Amazon.
The latest work contracts have to deal with training (TRAP), including clauses that encourage employees to stay in working conditions.
For teams already using Notion in their workplace, the newest template called Ultimate Brain could be automation tool they've dreamed for.
The majority of those able thoroughly enjoy remote work, but some companies are wanting to return to pre-pandemic office life.
The black market needs no more ignition, but America's growing inflation and supply chain concerns have illegal sales on the rise.
FedEx has been showing the numbers regarding the global shipment decline. With recession fears mounting, cost-cuts follow.
Slack is a huge contender in the office or remote communication space, and now they're offering brand new features that will change the game.
Recessions fears are at an all time high, and with FedEx announcing a declining shipment volume pre-holidays, concerns mount.
Amazon is no stranger to antitrust violations, especially in the state of CA, now for limiting sellers and driving up prices.
Patagonia has always been a tried-and-true brand, sticking to its roots and remaining true to its values, now, even to the very end.
Quit saying people are over remote work. Only CEOs and golden retriever extroverts are itching to go back into the office!
In defense of the big-wigs in the office, Microsoft and Google, Zoom devises a plan to release email and calendar tools.
Google Play Store has not featured right-wing apps such as Parler and Trump's Truth Social for quite some time, but Parler is back.
With strict competition and anti-trust allegations, Google is slipping down the path of layoffs and company cuts.
Not far behind the ranks of Reddit and Meta, who changed the name of their NFT programs, Starbucks launches their own called 'journey stamps'
Hoarding usually has a negative connotation, but labor hoarding is helping to stimulate jobs and retain great employees.
Despite being a major streaming competitor with record viewership, Netflix is having to cut corners after losing almost 1mil subs.
Apparently, 50% of the workforce are quiet quitters, but why put a negative label on workers just doing their job and setting boundaries?
'Millionaire Mother Teresa miracle worker' accused of scamming tons of investors in multi-million-dollar Ponzi scheme.
Gustavo Arnal, CFO of Bed Bath & Beyond, jumps from Jenga building in New York after pump and dump allegations. Interim CFO now announced.
Target originally had their forced retirement age set at 65, but coincidentally sets it back prior to CEO nearing cutoff.
Working from home or at least hybrid work is typical nowadays and Switchboard is perfect for co-working when not in-office.
You would think most Chrome extensions are safe, but McAfee just found many to be malware, including the popular Netflix Party.
Expressing emotions over text has never been easier with emojis. Now, Google Docs is following suit, allowing emojis and interactive features.
The newly remote or hybrid workforce has brought many changes to the hiring process, but how has it created a path to flexible open talent?
The amount of data collected, but unavailable to the typical citizen, is astounding. Now, paying for tax-payer-funded research is banned.
Employees at Tesla are not new to being in the news, but just in - The National Labor Relations Board labeled their clothing policy unlawful.
This tale of a business defined by an anonymous negative review left on Glassdoor goes to show why lawsuits should be the last resort.
Wendy's is no newbie to sarcastic marketing tactics and picking feuds for fun, but their new logo stands to combat ageism, or is it?