A few years ago, labor officials in Japan concluded that a 31-year-old political reporter died from heart failure caused by spending long hours on the job. Miwa Sado had worked 159 hours of overtime in the month before her death.
Tales of worker scarcity have skyrocketed in many industries since the beginning of the year. The issue is now heating up in the food and hospitality business, as more people are vaccinated and opting to dine out. According to the
Work as we know it has changed – forever. And from the looks of it, one must quickly learn how to adapt to and embrace change because it is the only constant. From volatile global presidential elections, the COVID-19 pandemic,
This past Saturday morning I was in Party City at 8 a.m. purchasing a cake topper for an important celebration in my life. As I approached the cash register, I heard an employee say to the manager, “Karen just walked
Jeff Bezos recently released his final shareholder letter as CEO of Amazon. In the third quarter of 2021, Bezos will move into a new role as executive chairman of Amazon’s board. He will be replaced by Andy Jassy, CEO of Web Services, Amazon’s biggest profit