Artificial intelligence has taken over a significant amount of the hiring process for many companies. However, various experts have ethical concerns about the advent of AI-powered hiring.
October 22, 2021
New research shows that cannabis use does not cause cognitive impairment, and that a moderate amount of remote workers report using cannabis on the job. With many American states legalizing medicinal and recreational cannabis use, companies should review their drug testing policies to ensure inclusivity.
October 21, 2021
The world of work is constantly changing, but for less and less of the population. According to the World Economic Forum, stagnating wages and income inequality have resulted in whole generations that are no longer likely to out-earn their parents. These factors and others are causing many workers to quit and join the Great Resignation.
October 19, 2021
Stress has always been a challenge for workers, but recent studies show an alarming rate of extreme stress — especially for Americans. Luckily, there are dietary supplements on the market that can measurably improve stress and cognition on the job.
October 13, 2021
Google’s high-profile purchase in Manhattan may be connected to its initiatives to expand to more diverse areas, a belief in urban renewal — and grow its real estate portfolio.
September 28, 2021
The pandemic gave workers a taste of remote and hybrid work. This experience provided a more flexible work-life and increased productivity. The shortage of workers and skill gap creates an opportunity for better working conditions and pay as work conditions evolve.
September 22, 2021
Given the unique set of challenges that remote and hybrid work presents to DE&I efforts, workers and employers alike need to be vigilant so that the gains made are not abruptly lost.
September 21, 2021