News and Articles About Employees
If there are hundreds or thousands of miles between you and your supervisor, touch conversations can get tricky. But they don't need to be.
The San Jose, Calif.-based company is expected to announce the cuts within the next few weeks, the report said, as the company transition from its hardware roots into a software-centric organization.
Quitting a Job
From a live news broadcast to a personalized Mario video game, people have come up with the strangest ways to walk out on work.
Is your staff working hard or hardly working?
Small business owners are a special breed. They work hard, so they need their service providers to work hard for them.
A recent survey reveals the happiest and least happiest countries polled from workers of the world's 15 largest economies.
The modern workplace is becoming increasingly diverse. Learn how to navigate your office, and get along with co-workers from all generations.
Regulations surrounding independent contractors are confusing but you don't want litigation to clarify their status.
In a perfect world, your manager would always be a totally sane, rational human being. Unfortunately, we don't live in a perfect world.
Ask the Expert
When you don't have funding, here are a few pointers for attracting top-notch employees.
The world's largest retailer raised wages for its hourly workers to $10 per hour earlier this year, but labor groups have called the raise inadequate.
It can be disheartening when someone quits your company, the one you built and believe in. Here is how to handle it with grace.
Radicals & Visionaries
Chieh Huang, the CEO of Boxed Wholesale, says it 'just felt right to extend this benefit to all our valued employees.'