As many as 400 packages of varying sizes were found in a ravine 30 miles north of Birmingham, Alabama, authorities said. This is on top of the hundreds of FedEx packages previously discovered weeks before dumped into the ravine.
A great company culture isn’t just a nice to have. It’s a differentiator in a marketplace where millions of organizations are clamoring to attract, hire, and retain the best-and-brightest talent. Want to get the recognition your remarkable company deserves? Then
Job search site Joblist recently reported that according to their survey, 73% of US workers are actively thinking about quitting their job. The hospitality industry had the highest share of workers thinking about quitting at 77%.
“Workers are sick and
Organizations around the globe are having a hard time attracting workers and struggling to keep them – sometimes beyond day one. Increasingly, new hires are accepting offers and then ghosting employers by not showing up. And the ones that do
The term Digital Nomad refers to people who work independent of their location, mostly online and often while travelling. These people have roles where their responsibilities do not require a fixed location or office space, and they can carry out
On the heels of massively long telephone hold times to speak with an agent, Delta Airlines recently sent an email message from its CEO to millions of its most loyal passengers (the 100 million people in their SkyMiles program).
A smart gesture,
According to Inc.com staff writer Amrita Khalid, the days of endless Zoom calls and Slack notifications are coming to an end for many American workers. Survey results from Chicago-based staffing and recruiting firm LaSalle Network show that nearly 74 percent
It’s no secret that Amazon has high expectations for employees. But did you know that according to David Niekerk, one of the designers of Amazon’s warehouse-management system, the company’s policies are in part shaped by Jeff Bezos’ belief that people are inherently
Insider.com recently reported that managers at Amazon, the world’s largest online retailer, intentionally hire people that they know they’re going to fire. Why? Because managers are expected to lose, either through voluntary attrition or termination, a specific number of employees
A record 5.6% of U.S. restaurant workers quit their jobs in April. Industry employees say they want to get away from low pay and difficult customers, and a growing number of openings in the labor market is making it easier