Steve Case Says Uber, Lyft Effect on Economy Show Work 'Innovation'
The AOL cofounder explains what's coming in the third wave of the internet.
Verizon Says Strike Causing Delays in Service for New Customers
Nearly 40,000 employees walked off the job Wednesday.
Why You Need to Talk About Mental Health in the Workplace and How Technology Is Changing the Way It's Treated
Watch four leaders in the evolving space of employee health benefits talk about the changing landscape of mental health and associated insurance benefits in this panel discussion.
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Finding Employee Brand Evangelists
The best people to speak for your company may already be on your payroll.
What Women Want From the Workplace: An End to Sexism
As Women's History Month comes to a close, we should focus less on political correctness, more on empathy.
British Company Offers Paid Leave During Menstrual Cycles to 'Increase Productivity'
An event planning firm is making it possible for its female employees to stay home if they need to during their periods.
8 Companies Shaping the Future of the Booming Online Work Economy
The sharing economy opens up opportunities for workers to work for themselves full time or make extra money on the side.
My Company Is One of the Best Places to Work. But I Didn't Build It Alone.
I give most of the credit to my team members for creating a grassroots, bottom-up culture -- the driving force behind our various accolades over the years.
Cut People a Break. You Never Know What They're Going Through.
Your co-workers might be smiling, but you have no idea what turmoil might be brewing inside.
Federal Government Hopes to Get a Grasp on the Sharing Economy
Secretary of Labor Thomas E. Perez says he traveled to Silicon Valley to try to update how the government tracks the workforce.
Will Gen Z Fill the Gap in Creative Talent?
These young professionals are about to enter the workforce and could contribute their own assistance and challenges to the creative professionals shortage.
McDonald's Goes Head to Head With Labor Regulators
The burger giant is accused of violating employee rights as a joint employer.
Stingy Company Ordered to Pay $1.75 Million to Workers It Forced to Choose Between Pay and Bathroom Breaks
'No worker should have to face the choice: Do I take a bathroom break, or do I get paid?'
Kim Lachance Shandrow
Employees Only Meet Expectations When They Know What's Expected
Survey data reveals employees want managers to tell them how their work fits into company strategy but those conversations are the exception, not the norm.
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