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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.
Generation Z are emerging as an impactful portion of the workforce, and companies wanting to attract these professionals in the future will need to make adjustments.
There are a few tactful ways for employers and leaders to lay their employees off, but this isn’t always the case, and empathy isn’t always used during the firing process. ...
Total American employment is expected to grow by 11.9 million jobs, increasing from 153.5 million to 165.4 million jobs through 2030. The number of advertised vacancies has ramped up and ...
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.
New data shows that remote positions offered by companies in New York City quadrupled in the past year, which could lead to significant changes in the city’s culture.
The U.S. Supreme court voted 6-3 to block the Biden administration’s workplace vaccine mandate, stating that current workplace safety laws are not applicable to Covid-19.
The majority opinion stated that while Covid-19 can be spread nearly anywhere people gather, this “risk is no different from the day-to-day dangers that all face from crime, air pollution, ...
United Airlines is being forced to cut down its January schedule due to nearly 3,000 employees calling out sick over Covid-19 infections.