Executives are overestimating how well they’re supporting employees

A new report highlights the gulf between between executives who feel they’re doing a good job of supporting their employees through the pandemic versus workers who actually feel that way. More than 8 out of 10 global executives believe their people feel “excellent” or “good” in their physical, mental, social and financial wellbeing, according to … Read more

Microsoft finds Gen Z is redefining the idea of ​​work hustle

Inga Kjer | Photothek | Getty Images For decades Microsoft has been associated with the traditional definition of office work, long hours in front of a computer, but now the corporate enterprise giant finds Gen Z entrepreneurs disrupting ideas about workplace hustle and the traditional 9-5 day. Many recent Gen Z college graduates are flipping … Read more

What to do if you face job loss

Realpeoplegroup | E+ | Getty Images As fears grow that the US economy is headed for a recession, a number of companies have announced massive waves of layoffs. It’s a stark reversal after a year or more of mass voluntary resignations and job switching amid plentiful employment opportunities nationwide, in a trend known as the … Read more

I coach CEOs of multimillion-dollar businesses—here’s what I wish more people did early in their careers

In the past 20 years of my career, I’ve run many global teams at Fortune 500 companies. I know what it’s like to be the only female executive in the room. Today, I coach CEOs at businesses ranging from startups to multimillion-dollar global corporations. And from what I’ve observed, no one takes the time to … Read more

Amazon, Starbucks, Apple union push captures a majority of US workers

A protester waves a sign that read “unionize” near the Country Club Plaza Starbucks store where dozens of Starbucks employees and union supporters protested alleged anti-union tactics by the company Thursday, March 3, 2022. Jill Toyoshiba | Tribune News Service | Getty Images From Starbucks to Amazon to Apple, the recent headlines show that the … Read more

Asian Americans face long unemployment periods, other labor challenges

Commuters arrive from Metro North Railroad trains in Grand Central Station in New York. Timothy A. Clary | AFP | Getty Images Asian American workers face the longest periods of joblessness and other labor challenges, despite having the lowest unemployment rate out of any racial or ethnic group in the US Economists say aggregated data … Read more

What a recession means for workers to battle over return-to-office

People enter the Goldman Sachs headquarters building in New York, US, on Monday, June 14, 2021. Michael Nagle | Bloomberg | Getty Images A long-running employee’s market had made it difficult for employers to tug the kingdoms and force remote workers back to the office. But times may be changing. Amid various business challenges ranging … Read more

managing your financial life using digital coins

Many people have bought and sold cryptocurrencies as an investment, yet trying to live on a salary paid in crypto is tricky. Alyssa Howell spent much of her career in the gold-mining industry before joining a crypto-wallet company last fall that pays all of its employees in bitcoin. The Denver-area resident said learning the ins … Read more

On Roe v. Wade, big companies already have a precedent for action

Abortion rights campaigners march through downtown after demonstrating outside of Evo A. DeConcini US Federal Courthouse in Tucson, Arizona, US, May 3, 2022, after the leak of a draft majority opinion written by Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito preparing for a majority of the court to overturn the landmark Roe v. Wade abortion rights decision … Read more