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?
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.
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.
Recent alarmist headlines this week claim artificial intelligence (AI) will put half of us out of work.
Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak had a front row seat as the personal computer began to reshape society. So it made perfect sense to him to bring a convention meshing technology with pop culture to Silicon Valley.
It should come as no surprise that employees who are unhappy with their jobs are more likely to seek employment elsewhere, but what about those who stay?
Embattled Internet pioneer Yahoo will announce job cuts when it releases its quarterly earnings report on Tuesday, according to a report in The Wall Street Journal.
Was the story too good to be true? Born in the US capital, Elizabeth Holmes took the crown of youngest "self-made" woman billionaire thanks to revolutionary blood tests touted by her Silicon Valley startup Theranos.