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A new report from the Institute for Policy Studies found that low-wage companies tweaked compensation rules to boost executive pay.
Baristas share their honest opinions about customized beverages and how to ask for them respectfully, if you must.
Expert tips on how to have a conversation when the other person won't look you in the eye.
"It’s nice to have boundaries again where there are harder lines between work and home.”
This is where job candidates get weeded out, so you want to be strategic ... especially when salary comes up.
"I haven't tried skydiving but I imagine the rush is like joining a zoom meeting with your camera already on."
COVID-19 forced many employers to finally give parents flexible work arrangements. Here's how to keep it that way.
The lie that all Asian Americans are successful has many negative career consequences.
If everything else in your life feels like a mess, at least your home can feel neat and tidy. Thanks, color-coded laundry hampers.
Cutting the workweek without cutting pay gives employees a much-needed break -- especially during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Conflict-averse? Here's what you can do to have a productive conversation that doesn't escalate into a fight.
A new movie on Hulu shows how CEO Adam Neumann built a business and culture that was full of red flags.
The vaccine is free, but employees still bear the burdens of navigating sign-up systems and recovering from the shots.
The pandemic has convinced us we have to be useful at all times. Here's what that mentality looks like, and how to deal with it.
Helping co-workers targeted by hate begins by listening -- and not assuming you know what they need.
Don't sabotage yourself. Here's advice for addressing relocation on your resume and in interviews.
These individuals and organizations are working to bridge the gender gap for women in STEM.
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Too many managers use euphemisms like "impact" and "realignment." That's just one thing that makes the process worse.
The U.S. Women's National Soccer Team has won four World Cups and smashed viewing records, yet "we are still paid less than men," she said.
A new global survey finds that a majority of business leaders are completely out of touch with their workforce.