We first heard two years ago that Apple was opening its first office in Cambridge, England, at a location close to the world-famous university. Back in November, a report said that the offices housed former VocalIQ employees performing R&D work on Siri, but at the time Apple wasn’t even admitting that it had a presence there. more… Filed under: Apple
Only the strongest among us have the will power to turn down pizza, a.k.a. the most tempting and delicious fast food meal ever created. Pizza isn't just a treat, it's also relatively healthy — with just a few simple ingredients likeShow More Summary
Apple today announced that Apple Campus 2 will be open and ready for employees to begin moving in this April, while also officially naming the site "Apple Park." Moving more than 12,000 employees to the site will take more than six months,...Show More Summary
Superstars are worth more than the average employee... but how much more?
Employees across the country found out the hard way that you can’t just skip work to protest without finding someone to cover your shift with no...
In this first address to the staff of the Environmental Protection Agency, newly-appointed chief Scott Pruitt didn’t give any rousing speeches about fighting global warming or protecting the planet. Instead, he used the opportunity to...Show More Summary
Sometimes, I feel like we in the employee engagement field resemble Don Quixote tilting at the windmills of surveys, levers, and drivers. I am a fan of Liana Fincek’s recent New Yorker cartoon with a new take on Don Quixote. How do you stop from “spinning you fan” in employee engagement? David Zinger is an […]
Uber CEO Travis Kalanick apologized in an all-hands meeting at the company's San Francisco headquarters that employees who participated described as "honest, raw, and emotional."
Uber's CEO has sent a company-wide email responding to a blog written by a former employee alleging workplace sexual harassment.
A former Iberia Parish Sheriff's Office employee says she was wrongly fired by the sheriff for cooperating with the FBI in the investigation against him. Citing a lawsuit filed earlier … Click to Continue »
When your company is bought out by a competitor, follow these 3 simple rules to make sure your employees don't jump ship.
West Virginia Secretary of State Mac Warner has defended his decision to fire 16 longtime employees upon taking office last month. The Charleston Gazette-Mail (http://bit.ly/2kYSUKR ) says Warner told the … Click to Continue »
According to the report below from Politics Home Len McCluskey is complaining at being called out over his £400,000 loan from Unite members to help his buy a swish new pad in central London. Now relocation schemes for employees moving...Show More Summary
LONDON — Anonymous employee review website Glassdoor has released its ranking of the 20 hardest interview questions asked over the last year. The website lets staff leave anonymous reviews on their employers as well as feedback on everything...Show More Summary
The British construction sector needs to bring in 400,000 new employees per year, the equivalent of one new recruit every 77 seconds, to solve the country's housing crisis, according to a new report. Consultancy firm Arcadis estimates...Show More Summary
Some employees with the U.S. Department of Homeland Security who work in the Washington, D.C. area and in Philadelphia, PA were unable to access the DHS computer network on Tuesday, reports Reuters, citing “three sources familiar with the matter.” (more…)
Telstra owned online video platform provider Ooyala, laid off 14% of their workforce, or about 70 employees on Tuesday. This news comes from a memo that was shared with me that was sent to all Ooyala employees announcing the changes. While having to let people go is never good, in this case Ooyala is using […]
By Dustin Volz WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. Department of Homeland Security employees in the Washington area and Philadelphia were unable to access some agency computer networks on Tuesday, according to three sources familiar with the matter. Show More Summary
A former Uber employee sent ripples through the tech industry on Sunday when she alleged on her personal blog that she’d been sexually harassed while working for the ride-hailing giant, and that the company’s human resources department tried to cover it up. Uber Chief Executive Travis Kalanick...
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