Human Resource workers usually deliver the bad news of job cuts. Now, some are being forced to lay off their peers.
Corporate chiefs often stay way past their prime due to their star power, spineless boards and a lack of succession planning.
Executives spend 25 hours a week in meetings, a survey found, and 46% of them could be done away with.
A survey of more than 300 financial-services firms found that just 20% require workers to be in the office all the time
Job cuts are partly to blame for the increased weekend workload, but some workers prefer the ability to get stuff done without the usual weekday distractions.
The volume of water dispensed to office buildings mirrors a nationwide office-occupancy index.
Economic unrest, layoff fears and more stringent return-to-office policies are unsettling white-collar employees globally.
About 13 million Americans plan to take part in casual betting like a workplace ‘boxes’ pool, which can strengthen bonds between co-workers that got frayed during the pandemic.
The storied Ivy League haunt in Manhattan shut down during the pandemic, but buyout specialist Leonard Levie wants to revive it in a new location.
Here’s how to revive a retro technology called the telephone that can still work wonders in these modern times.
A manager at video-game maker Activision Blizzard left after he protested the firm’s performance evaluation policy, which can pit employees against each other
Surveys from Gallup and a human-resources association capture a hybrid workplace with growing confusion and distrust.
French business leaders’ surprising binge-working ways are due to concerns over an economic slowdown and a reluctance to work remotely, a survey found.
The JPMorgan chief said at Davos that working from home reduces “spontaneity,” even as Wall Street leaders acknowledge that full-time office attendance is a thing of the past
Accenture, 3M and other companies have come up with fancy monikers for their flexible policies — but it’s not easy trying to appease workers, bosses and clients alike.
The New York politician is under fire for falsehoods that recruitment experts say should have been discovered. But résumé fakery is rampant in the corporate world as well.