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SoftBank accuses ex-employee of leaking 5G secrets

Featured - January 13, 2021

Corporate fraud and stealing of trade secrets are common accusations in Silicon Valley, but such crimes are rare and unusual in Japan. ...

Regards? Or is it ‘Thanks’? Here are the worst email mistakes

Featured - January 06, 2021

From cringey sign offs to annoying email faux pas, these are the worst email mistakes everyone makes. ...

Alphabet Workers Union to bring back the ‘Don’t be evil’ motto

Featured - January 05, 2021

The ‘Alphabet Workers Union’ aims to tackle ongoing issues like pay disparity, retaliation and controversial government contracts. ...

Retail will continue downward spiral with major job losses in 2021

Featured - January 03, 2021

The economies of the world have taken a beating due to the pandemic and it is predicted that it will take at least another two years for the various countries to reach no...

Labor Secretary Scalia Legalizes Workplace Discrimination Based On Way Out

Tools & Technology - December 09, 2020

The Department of Labor announced a new regulation this week that allows federal contractors to appoint workers according to their religious preferences. The order discri...

Microsoft’s “Productivity Score” Feature Enables Workplace Surveillance

Featured - November 30, 2020

American tech giant Microsoft has come under fire for rolling out its new “Productivity Score” feature this month, an odd tool that allows bosses to track workers’ ...

Amazon to Shell out $500 Million in Holiday Bonus to Frontline Workers

Employee Benefits - November 27, 2020

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Sanford Health Replaces CEO Who Refuses to Wear Masks

Featured - November 25, 2020

Kelby Krabbenhoft, the long-time president and CEO of Sanford Health, is out of a job days after he sent a controversial email to employees last week about his recovery f...

Proposition 22 Pass Gives Uber and Lyft New Gig Economy Model to Perpetuate

Featured - November 09, 2020

Learn about the latest gig economy news and updates here at leading one of the leading HR magazines, The HR Digest. ...

5 Things to Do To Recover From Job Loss

Recruitment - October 30, 2020

Losing a job is a stressful thing, and more so in the pandemic time. The foremost thing to not lose in this time is sanity. Don’t panic if you lose the job; there w...

How To Tell Your Boss You’re Feeling Overworked

Workplace Culture - October 29, 2020

More than one-third of Americans feel overworked, overscheduled or overstressed, by their jobs, according to the results of a survey from the Families and Work Institute,...

VCs See Gold Rush in the HR Tech Scene

Featured - October 23, 2020

According to the global HR tech VC report for Q1 2019, there’s significant rise in investing in HR technology market. ...

Finding work-life balance? Periodic in-office check-ins is the way to go!

Featured - October 02, 2020

It seems having some in-the-office days to break the monotony for the workers and keeping the management happy of seeing a full office on some days, might work. ...

American workers need a break, says Monster survey

Featured - September 28, 2020

Millions of Americans have lost their jobs in the COVID-19 pandemic, and the remaining American workforce feels more burnt out by the day, according to a national survey ...

Professional Cheeseburger Tester sought to mark National Cheeseburger Day

Featured - September 19, 2020

Dream jobs are not a myth, besides tasting burgers for a lark, one can choose to be a snuggler, a sleep tester or a face feeler. If you do not mind the ugh factor, one ca...

Social Security Tax Deferral Plan a future burden for Military and Federal Employees

Featured - September 10, 2020

The payroll tax deferral applies to those whose wages are less than $4,000 for a bi-weekly pay period, or the equivalent threshold amount with respect to other pay period...