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UK’s Furlough Scheme: Firms to cover a quarter of furloughed staff’s wages

Featured - May 23, 2020

Under the furlough scheme, employers will be asked to cover between 20 percent and 30 percent of a worker’s wage. Businesses would also need to pay national insurance c...

IBM Layoffs: Thousands Lose Jobs as Big Blue Swings the Axe

Featured - May 22, 2020

IBM is cutting an unspecified number of jobs in its first major workforce reduction under the new chief executive office Arvind Krishna. Armonk, N.Y.-based IBM said in a ...

Uber Announces Further Job Cuts; 23 Percent of Workforce Let Go

Featured - May 21, 2020

Uber announced further job cuts via an email sent to employees by CEO Dara Khosrowshahi. The company has cut 23 percent of its workforce and says that it will now concent...

Spotify Extends Working from Home Policy Until 2021

Featured - May 21, 2020

Spotify joins that growing list of tech companies that will let employees continue working from home for the rest of the year. ...

Airbnb Laying Off Thousands of Workers

Featured - May 16, 2020

Once valued at roughly $31 billion, Airbnb is now facing the wrath of the coronavirus pandemic. The company has not decided to lay off 25 percent of its worker in a bid t...

Uber to cut 3,700 jobs, close 180 driver centers

Featured - May 09, 2020

Uber Technologies Inc., the ride-hailing company, reported its biggest loss in the last three-quarters of $2.9 million in its latest earnings report. Uber’s loss we...

85% Of US Gig Workers Willing To Attend Work During Coronavirus Pandemic

Featured - April 27, 2020

In a research survey conducted by staffing leader PeopleReady, it was found out that 85% of Gig Workers don’t have any Fear of Going to Work during the Coronavirus Pand...

Employers Can Test Workers for Virus before Joining For Work

Featured - April 25, 2020

The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), the U.S. agency that oversees any disability discrimination at the workplace, announced on April 23 that companies are...

Economic Impact Payments’ Status Check, And Where to Look

Featured - April 20, 2020

Whether you want to stay up-to-date on HR news, read in-depth HR articles, or find new ideas on strategy, innovation, and leadership, The HR Digest Magazine is here to s...

Instacart’s Hiring Spree Rises with Unprecedented Demand

Featured - April 14, 2020

Whether you want to stay up-to-date on HR news, read in-depth HR articles, or find new ideas on strategy, innovation, and leadership, The HR Digest Magazine is here to su...

Tesla Cuts Pay and Furloughs Employees after Closing Factories

Featured - April 09, 2020

Whether you want to stay up-to-date on HR news, read in-depth HR articles, or find new ideas on strategy, innovation, and leadership, The HR Digest Magazine is here to su...

Starbucks Announces 30 Days’ Pay For Workers And Serves Drive-thru Orders Only

Featured - March 23, 2020

Starbucks, the coffee chain company, announced Friday that its company-operated stores in the United States and Canada will move to drive-through and delivery mode only f...

A Majority of Workers Fear Layoffs & Cuts Due to Coronavirus Closures

Featured - March 22, 2020

Monster recently conducted two polls to analyze and take a more in-depth look into the perspectives of both employees and employers during the present Coronavirus pandemi...

Coronavirus & the Gender Pay Gap: An Update

Featured - March 21, 2020

The gender pay gap has been in existence in the society all the time, and now Coronavirus has worsened it. Women don’t need the Coronavirus virus to experience reduced ...

March Madness or a Time to Bond and Engage at the Workplace?

Featured - March 14, 2020

March Madness grips all of the United States during the NCAA season when 64 college basketball teams fight it out for the top place. Spring heralds a change of season and...

Google Asks All Employees in North America To Work From Home

Featured - March 12, 2020

Amidst fears of the COVID-19 Coronavirus spreading, Google has asked all its North American employees to work from home till at least April 10. The United States has over...