Back in the summer, July 7, 2020, to be precise, the Financial Times reported on an HR issue that has quieted down (somewhat) but is sure to bubble up in the news once the election is over. Here’s a quote from their article - Will Facebook’s salary-by-location move set precedent for tech?
Just the other day, I was lying on my couch and generally ignoring the world. The Coronavirus forced me to quarantine in my home, but I counted it all joy because I had my DVR and a Netflix account to keep me company. My plan was pretty much set: eat, sleep and repeat as necessary. Eventually, I
The impact of the coronavirus on the world of work is ongoing and in at least one way, the ramifications are affecting the privacy of remote workers. What do I mean? Well, one of the hottest types of software to fly off the shelves these days is employee monitoring software. With more people
Courtney Lane interviews Ben Gallagher, co-founder of B+A, a creative management consultancy whose clients include Nike, Google and Beats by Dre.
If someone returns to work and becomes sick and dies because of unsafe working conditions or due to contact with a COVID-19 infected co-worker or customer then, it’s a good chance that the surviving family members will sue their loved one’s employer. It's already happened at Walmart, Safeway and
If you live in the Bay Area of California, chances are you are looking to get out. Why? If I had to guess,I would say sky-high real estate prices, excessive taxes and the massive homeless problem. And it's not just California residents who are looking for greener pastures, there’s a BIG trend
Millennials are increasingly leaving big cities to work remotely in other locations. For example, there is an ongoing exodus from California citing such issues as homelessness, high taxes in the bay area, and unaffordable housing have caused some to ask what's good about California and big city
Stress, burnout, anxiety… what's going on with mental health as it relates to remote work?
In an earlier episode, Jim Stroud predicted the demise of the modern office and new evidence suggests that his foresight was accurate. Companies are slowly, but surely, reducing office space in favor of work from home employees.