Pinpointing who should make decisions, connecting all the players, and boosting quality control can help a business build better decision makers.
A group of smaller tech companies went to court to complain about how Amazon, Facebook, Google, and Apple are bullying them and minimizing their success.
The Campaign to Organize Digital Employees plans to offer better support for workers in the tech and gaming industries looking to organize.
Amazon is reportedly an unsafe place to work, minimizing injuries and downplaying liabilities while refusing to keep data about work safety.
Google employees are unhappy with how the company treats them – other tech companies are facing similar situations, too.
Limiting Noncompete Agreements Worked for Silicon Valley – Could This Work for the Rest of the Country?
A recent legislation proposal to limit the use of noncompete agreements might give American workers a leg up, like it did to California and Silicon Valley.
A recently passed bill will require app-based companies to reconfigure how it labels and treats contracted workers.
Media conglomerate Barstool Sports recently partnered with Yamaha UC to outfit the company’s new headquarters with conferencing equipment – but the partnership doesn’t stop there.
Google uses many freelancers for a variety of services, but these workers don’t receive the same salary, benefit, or professional treatment as their full-time counterparts even when they work consistently.
A new report and recommendations made by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission may help the country better understand how these big tech companies work, and how they might spread the wealth to other organizations.