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This Woman's Boss Said She Had To Either Work Last Minute Or Be Fired, So She Quit, And People Are Cheering Her On

yahoo.com The holidays are a time many look forward to for a myriad of reasons. It's an opportunity to rest, you can spend time with friends and family, and it's honestly just nice to…

The return-to-office war may finally be reaching a compromise, but companies will be the biggest losers

yahoo.com It seems as if the return-to-office battle has reached a stalemate. For the past couple of years, it’s been a tug-of-war between bosses who want employees back at their…

Why going into work five days a week is a thing of the past

cnn.com We’re never going back to the office – at least not five days a week. That’s the contention of Anne Helen Petersen, the author of “Out of Office: Unlocking the Power and…

BT and unions agree pay rise to stop more strikes

bbc.co.uk Telecoms giant BT has agreed a pay deal with union bosses which will see workers who earn £50,000 or less get a £1,500 pay rise next year. The agreement, which will be put…

To land a raise, employees are applying for jobs they have no intention of taking

businessinsider.com More and more employees are going after jobs they have no intention of taking, just to force their boss to make a counteroffer. Tyler Le/Insider How employees are using a…

When Mark Cuban bought the Dallas Mavericks, he refused an office or big desk

cnbc.com Most newly appointed bosses get the big corner office when they take over companies. But when Mark Cuban bought the Dallas Mavericks for $285 million in January 2000, he…

Germany’s biggest trade union strikes a deal on pay

economist.com “It’s on the high side, but bearable,” states Holger Schmieding, chief economist of Berenberg, a German private bank. Workers will receive a 5.2% pay increase in June next…

What big tech and buy-out barons have in common with GE

economist.com What big tech and buy-out barons have in common with GE Unaccountable bosses, declining returns on capital and fed-up investors Conglomerates could hardly be less…

The reluctant rise of the diplomat CEO

economist.com The reluctant rise of the diplomat CEO Elon Musk wants to be a statesman. Most bosses would rather not The corporate jets descended on Riyadh this week, ferrying chief…

When bosses walk in employees’ shoes

economist.com When bosses walk in employees’ shoes It is hard for managers to understand what life is like for staff. But not impossible Any manager worth their salt knows the value of…

What Italian business makes of Giorgia Meloni

economist.com What Italian business makes of Giorgia Meloni Bosses are gearing up to work with the right-wing government Like business leaders in other countries, Italian captains of…

Why the fuss over quiet quitting?

economist.com Why the fuss over quiet quitting? Bosses’ loud reactions to an anodyne idea are telling It’s not the crime but the cover-up. And it’s not the video but the reverberations.…

Firms’ unwise addiction to mergers and acquisitions

economist.com Firms’ unwise addiction to mergers and acquisitions A bumper year for dealmaking is likely to result in a painful hangover The death knell for corporate America’s greatest…

‘Direct your anger at government and employers’: RMT announces resumption of rail strikes

theguardian.com The RMT union secretary general, Mick Lynch, announced more strikes after talks with rail bosses over pay and working conditions broke down on Tuesday. The industrial action…

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