Blog Profile / Jena McGregor


URL :http://www.washingtonpost.com/people/jena-mcgregor?clsrd
Filed Under:Career & Jobs / Management
Posts on Regator:794
Posts / Week:2.8
Archived Since:April 20, 2011

Blog Post Archive

In Wells Fargo hearing, executive pay ‘clawbacks’ are likely to take center stage

The practice -- which involves recouping executive pay for things such as misconduct -- is something everyone’s soon going to hear more about.

This tech billionaire is trying to lure Trump to release his taxes — and having fun with it

In addition to making a big monetary pledge, he launched a satirical card game this week about the 2016 race called Trumped Up Cards. The tag line? “This is a card game. Democracy isn’t.”

Hillary Clinton isn’t the first candidate to have a health scare caught on video

When a health incident like Hillary Clinton’s stumble on Sunday is caught on film, it can sear the image in our collective memories -- but can also be overcome

This new paid leave policy may be the smartest perk for families yet

Deloitte is extending 16 weeks of paid family leave to its employees -- whether they’re young or old, male or female, caring for newborn babies or elderly adults.

Starbucks now offers stories about citizen do-gooders to go with your coffee

In introducing the digital content, CEO Howard Schultz took a political turn when he endorsed Clinton and left the door open on his own prospects

Why Fox’s apology to Gretchen Carlson is so stunning

It’s the first thing most plaintiffs making sexual harassment claims want -- but the last thing most ever receive

These lawmakers want to kill the interview question we all hate to answer

The concept of banning ‘what’s your salary history?’ -- thought to play a role in perpetuating the gender wage gap -- is gaining steam

Stop touting the crazy hours you work. It helps no one.

If we measure success by the absurd hours some people work, we’re in trouble

The books Goldman Sachs bankers think you should read this fall

The list has a “larger goal of humanizing” the firm’s leaders, a spokeswoman said. One even wore a Seinfeld-ian puffy shirt.

Apple’s Tim Cook fires back in open letter about $14.5 billion E.U. tax bill

It is the second time this year Cook has taken a complex, controversial issue mired in political trip wires and written an open letter to publicly defend his company.

Why Pope Francis may be meeting with so many tech CEOs

He’s met with at least four since the start of the year, including Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, on Monday

These tech companies are offering internships for 40-something moms

Borrowing a page from Wall Street, they’re starting “returnships” for mid-career women (and men) looking to get back to work

When you’re most likely to start looking for a new job

Hint: It’s not after a performance review, according to new research

The highest-paid CEOs tend to get the worst ratings from workers

Employees may be paying a lot more attention to massive CEO paydays than many think.

Twitter just made Shinzo Abe the new prime minister of cool.

The Japanese prime minister’s appearance prompts speculation on how other world leaders might match him. Joe Biden as Captain America? Theresa May as Lara Croft?

Apple CEO Tim Cook’s five books for your summer reading

Cook is inspired by books ‘about people and how they lived and how they fought’

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