Amazon Go, the automated convenience store that recently opened to the public in Seattle, lets shoppers stroll in, grab whatever they want, and zoom back out, all without having to deal with a checkout line or a human worker at the cash register. The self-checkout store is, of course, just the late...
Amazon founder Jeff Bezos, recently announced that he'd be donating $33 million to the largest scholarship program for “Dreamers,” a group of undocumented immigrants who were brought to the U.S. as children. In a statement on the scholarship's webpage, the CEO explained that his donation to...
Wonder if your current job will still be around in 2030? LinkedIn’s Carolyn Fairchild analyzed a study by The McKinsey Global Institute to offer a glimpse into the crystal ball of careers. Teachers will still be in high demand, As Fairchild argues, “doing jobs that require human interaction...
The Labor Department is considering an end to Obama-era regulations that restricted the scenarios in which employers could compel workers to share tips. In a proposed rule released earlier this month, the DOL’s Wage and Hour Division calls for abolishing the 2011 regulation that prohibited re...
According to Business Insider, Amazon is slowing its hiring in Seattle as it plans to open a new headquarters in a yet-to-be-determined city. Here are some highlights of the article: Amazon has been in a hiring frenzy for years but it has slowed down hiring at its Seattle headquarters, accordi...
If you find yourself unhappy, stressed or miserable at your office, you are not alone. More than 50% of American workers report that they don't feel fulfilled at their jobs, according to Gallup's 2017 State of the American Workplace. What's worse, 16% say they are downright miserable. Unfortu...
 As we approach the shortest and darkest days of the year, it's natural to feel more sleepy than usual. But let's admit a bigger problem here: Americans are severely sleep-deprived, no matter the time of year. Whether we're pulling extra hours at work or staying up all night fretting about fina...
Prominent business writer Emily Peck recently claimed: "Men run everything, and it’s enough already. Want to stop sexual harassment? Fix this now." By "this," she meant having more women leaders in the U.S. -- from businesses to politics to education to media and entertainment. There have been ...
No degree? No experience? No problem! Many are still surprised to hear that US companies are struggling to find workers in an increasingly tight labor market – and as a result, many are making offers to candidates (white- and blue-collar workers alike) who lack skills or experience consider...
There was a drop in U.S. employment numbers in September, marking the first time in seven years that we’ve experienced backsliding. This comes as a result of Hurricanes Harvey and Irma leaving displaced workers temporarily unemployed and delayed hiring – yet another indication that the storms hu...