This International Women’s Day, we’re thinking about the Class of 2021—and in particular, about the hundreds of thousands of young women who will be attempting to launch their careers during a deep recession for women.
Personal finance website WalletHub ranked all 50 U.S. states and Washington, D.C. based on how well equipped they are for remote work.
Art Laffer talks proposed tax hikes and job opportunities for young professionals.
Spain is testing a 32-hour workweek approved by the government. Here's why a shortened work week can boost productivity.
The new policy is available to Facebook employees globally who have experienced domestic violence or sexual assault, or if they have a relative who has experienced that abuse.
It’s a question occupying the minds of millions of employees who have worked from home the past year: Will they still be allowed to work remotely — at least some days — once the pandemic has faded?
A new survey says about four out of five remote workers in Manhattan won’t return to the office in the post-COVID future.
Construction contractors are looking for more women to join the industry.
Political social media posts could impact hiring managers' decisions on which candidates they select to join their teams, a new survey has found.
Roughly 4 in 10 Americans say they’re still feeling the financial impact of the loss of a job or income within their household as the economic recovery remains uneven one year into the coronavirus pandemic.
Basketball legend Shaquille O’Neal has become known since retiring from the game for his prolific work as a celebrity pitchman. In his latest venture, he’ll be working with marketers behind the scenes.
More men than ever are now buying makeup, resulting in the male side of the industry experiencing a leap in sales, partly due to the work-from-home trend.
Spending on U.S. construction projects rose 1.7% in January as new home building continues to lift the sector.
The company's latest feature builds upon its commitment to leveraging "its product and resources to help achieve equity in and out of the workplace," Glassdoor said.
A number of other large tech companies are embracing new work policies after nearly a year of COVID-19.
Google providing 100,000 Black women with career development, digital skills training by spring 2022
Glassdoor’s report identifies specific jobs with the highest overall Glassdoor job score, determined by weighing earning potential, job satisfaction rating and number of job openings equally.
For many people, the coronavirus pandemic has made working from home routine.
The siege is forcing organizations to pay closer attention to property and personnel risks, risk management experts say.
After working remotely for the better part of a year, employees have proven they can do it, and do it despite the difficulties being at home may have presented. Going forward, that means that where people work may have changed permanently, according to chief information officers.