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The Great Resignation is meeting automation as technology companies such as Oracle and IBM say workers trust AI for information on jobs and new career skills.
Running a retreat for hundreds of staff and flying them to one location from around Europe is a significant investment for any company to make.
It's not just Covid: Amazon's top doctor on the biggest workplace health challenge of this century
October 22, 2021
Amazon chief health officer Vin Gupta, a lung specialist, says air quality and ventilation is the biggest workplace challenge, but not only because of Covid.
The nation may mark October as Mental Health Awareness Month, but it's an issue that needs ongoing attention, resources, and commitment, experts say.
As WeWork goes public, here’s what its executive chairman and CEO think about the future of work and the company
October 21, 2021
WeWork is going public through a SPAC deal as the future of workplaces and commercial real estate beyond the Covid-19 pandemic is still unclear.
Sustainable jet fuel targets could push food prices higher, Ryanair CEO O'Leary warns
October 21, 2021
Some firms are putting shareholders above the long-term future of humanity: Ex-Unilever CEO
October 19, 2021
Video resumes have been around a while but TikTok's move into the area shone a fresh light on the job-hunt tactic.
Oil and gas executive compensation is increasingly being linked to climate change, and carbon reduction and energy transition goals.
Why Levi's is opening 100 new stores even as pandemic online sales boom keeps growing
October 17, 2021
Covid-19 accelerated the shift from in-store retail sales to e-commerce, but Levi Strauss and Estee Lauder are still betting on a future for bricks-and-mortar.
Why you will need to slow down to succeed in a world about to move even faster: Futurist April Rinne
October 15, 2021
With worker burnout and exhaustion on the rise, futurist April Rinne believes the labor force needs to slow down instead of always looking to speed up.
Michael Dell on the simple way to tell a good mistake from a bad one
October 14, 2021
Michael Dell made a lot of mistakes on his way to billions. His advice to those seeking success: mistakes are worth making when they produce one simple result.
"Very focused on getting our people back to the office": Bank of America global strategy leader Catherine Bessant
October 13, 2021
Wall Street leaders aren't ready to bank on a work world that goes more remote than in-office, and Bank of America is no exception.
Amid a national debate about labor shortages in service industries like fast food and wage inflation, Chipotle says thinking of workers as a cost is a mistake.
"The future of the workplace is going to be characterized by probably two things — customization and technology," Ray Dalio said.
Vaccinated or fired: more companies are making the Covid-19 shot a condition of employment
October 07, 2021
Corporate America is helping to increase vaccination rates — and taking action when workers refuse the shot.
168-year-old retailer Levi Strauss has a chief financial officer committed to investing in a digital future.
Business during Covid went better than expected, but CEOs have a 'dog years' feeling about the pace of change and making decisions that will stick.
Nobel Prize-winning economist: The world of long work hours is ripe for a revolution
October 05, 2021
As the pandemic began, many doubted work culture was ready to embrace remote. The obsession with long work hours is another job idea that needs to be upended.
Michael Dell says Apple innovation ‘certainly different than what Steve would have done'
October 05, 2021
10 years since Steve Jobs' death, Michael Dell, who met the tech icon as a teen, says Apple's innovation has been "different than what Steve would have done."
That's the sentiment shared by CNBC's David Faber and Jim Cramer, who regularly speak with business leaders about return-to-work challenges.
Companies are betting on new tech to make the re-opening of offices safe
September 30, 2021
As companies and building owners re-open office doors after the coronavirus pandemic, they are now faced with greater responsibilities in keeping tenants and workers safe.
Amazon, Walmart, Target are paying for college, but money isn't everything in education
September 28, 2021
Amazon, Target, Walmart and McDonald's all now offer lower-wage workers 100% tuition payment, but some education experts worry there is too much focus on money.
The future of work is here, employee burnout needs to go
September 23, 2021
Burnout is an epidemic in the workplace, and more companies are recognizing they need to do something about it.
Annual peak Covid seasons are here to stay. The world of work will pay a big price
September 22, 2021
Dr. Scott Gottlieb says expect a peak Covid season to hit every year, just like the flu, and the cost to the economy and worker productivity will be huge.
Here’s why flexibility, not hybrid, is what employees say they want
September 20, 2021
Workplace experts are saying what workers need now is flexibility — the ability to figure out which days are in the office and on which days remote is best.
How companies can make their remote working inclusive for the deaf and blind
September 20, 2021
For companies, there are still a great deal of considerations to take into account when creating an inclusive remote environment for blind and deaf people.
HACR Announces Lineup for Its Flagship Forum: The 2021 CEO Roundtable
September 13, 2021