Future of Work

From Great Resignation to Great Talent Stagnation: U.S. workforce faces a skills and recognition crisis

The phenomenon of the "Great Resignation" has transitioned into what is now being called the "Great Talent Stagnation," according to the latest findings from...

Companies experiment with four day work week enabled by AI

The dream of a four-day workweek is becoming a reality for some, thanks to AI's integration into the workplace. Companies around the globe, from...

Seattle software engineer ignites viral debate on employee loyalty with LinkedIn post

A Seattle-based software engineer, Alex Nguyen, recently ignited a significant debate on LinkedIn with a post that celebrated his frequent transitions between high-profile tech...

Tech layoffs have made Meta more efficient and leaner: Zuckerberg

Mark Zuckerberg, CEO of Meta, attributes the series of tech layoffs in 2024 primarily to companies adjusting to post-pandemic realities and striving for a...

Gap between employee fears and actual AI job replacement: A tale of two studies

A survey by a firm called Spokeo found 66% of US workers think AI could perform their jobs. Nearly 75% are concerned about AI's...

European Union reclassifies some gig workers as employees

Following extensive negotiations spanning two years, the European Council and Parliament have arrived at a tentative agreement to reclassify numerous gig economy workers as...

Broadcom CEO says “get your butts” in the office

Broadcom's CEO Hock Tan is shaking things up in the world of work-from-home policies. After Broadcom's $69 billion acquisition of VMWare, Tan didn't mince...

Return to office movement is dead – Stanford study

The "Return to Office" movement might be hitting a dead end, according to Stanford economist Nick Bloom. Despite efforts by companies like IBM, Apple,...

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