Activision Blizzard CEO Bobby Kotick has said last week’s response to a lawsuit by the company was “tone deaf”.
With calls for better working conditions and unionising falling on deaf ears, Amazon’s new WorkingWell program is equally tone deaf.
The Alphabet Workers Union has claimed a significant victory as part of a settlement, which allows staff to freely discuss pay without fear.
The latest findings from the Citrix Work 2035 report details a concerning disconnect on what future roles will hold in the workplace.
Featuring employees from 10 different countries across the world, Alpha Global seeks to address inequality at the company that owns Google.
To nobody’s surprise, employees have rather enjoyed working from home and want a rethink of pre-COVID-19 working conditions.
Proposition 22 offers handful of benefits for Uber, Lyft and DoorDash drivers in California, but crucially does not provide full protections.
Even if you’re confident you could detect and stop a breach before your security team could, don’t.
With remote working changing expectations, Citrix looks at how technology can be effectively used by executives to ensure there is no employee burnout.
What will the workforce, work models and the work environment look like in 15 years? The Citrix Work 2035 report tries to find out.
With a recent California ruling set for appeal from Uber and Lyft, if drivers are reclassified, it may force the service to shut down for a few months.
As part of its gig worker law, California rules that Uber and Lyft drivers are indeed employees and not contractors.
What Facebook CEO says and does are at odds with one another, and now employees are calling him out on it.
Amazon still refuses to disclose how many employees have tested positive, despite a seventh person dying from COVID-19.
Minister Thulas Nxesi unpacked the workplace guidelines that employers and employees must follow during stage 4 lockdown.
Like many firms in the country, the service provider is taking measures during SA’s national disaster.
Research firm Jack Hammer’s latest HR survey sees more companies embracing the remote work and flexitime model.
Employees from Eats, the firm’s self-driving team, recruitment, marketing and more have been let go.