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The stunted growth in the creative economy brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic will not last indefinitely. This is mostly due to the ever-present demand for the fruits of creative ...
According to research from Eagle Hill Consulting, most U.S. workers support vaccination requirements before reentering the office as cases of Covid-19 skyrocket.
WeWork has signed women’s healthcare company Organon as its first enterprise client for Workplace by WeWork, the coworking firm’s software management tool.
Insurance firm Lloyd’s of London is reconsidering its headquarters in the City of London as it moves to embrace new work arrangements and flexibility.
A four-day workweek trial will be conducted in the UK, with 30 businesses participating in adopting shorter weeks to see if this arrangement benefits their operations.
Microsoft will acquire Activision Blizzard, valuing the video game publisher at $68.7 billion and giving the technology firm a leading role in the metaverse.
In order to retain women leaders, there are some ways in which organizations can create women's leadership programs that actually make a difference. Audrey McGuckin, The McGuckin Group CEO, gives ...
This year, job openings are expected to skyrocket and with that, experts from Monster and LinkedIn are offering insight into how to prepare for this massive job search.
Walmart filed several trademarks at the end of December that suggest it is seeking to start its own cryptocurrency, NFTS, and provide virtual goods.
Apple has stated that all store and corporate employees will be required to receive the booster shot of Covid-19 within four weeks of being eligible.