Silicon Valley on Monday mourned the death of Bill Campbell, nicknamed "The Coach" for precious advice he dispensed to top figures at companies such as Apple, Google and Amazon
Muslim women are much less likely to be in professional jobs than white women, even when they are as well educated, new research shows.
Your coworker wastes time. He mismanages resources. He's been known to engage in activities that you and others consider conflicts of interest. Yet, he seems to "do no wrong" in the eyes of the company.
Internships in the creative industries are no help to graduates trying to find good jobs, new research shows.
It was Groucho Marx who said, "While money can't buy happiness, it certainly lets you choose your own form of misery." Quite true, but what if there's no money coming in from work because your job's been taken over by a machine?
What do Bolivian street vendors have in common with adjunct professors in the United States?
The Boeing Co. is reportedly taking steps to eliminate 10 percent of its workforce in Washington state.
Minority applicants may fare even worse in the resume pile at companies purporting to support diversity than they would at companies that don't make the claim, shows a new study from the University of Toronto.
A project funded by the Swiss National Science Foundation has found that Swiss farmers enjoy greater levels of job satisfaction than their counterparts in industrialised agricultural systems.
The scale of workers' insecurity since the economic crisis is revealed in research showing that 32% believed that there was a risk of losing their jobs and 38% were anxious that their pay would be cut.