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Equal Pay Day: U.S. gender pay gap barely budged over the past 20 years. Why not?
Women were still earning 82% of what men earned last year --- and becoming mothers seemed to hurt women's incomes, while men made more money after becoming dads
Forget ‘quiet quitting.’ Some workers are all about ‘bare-minimum Monday.’
The latest office trend calls for taking it easy at the start of the workweek.
Amazon employees are not happy about returning to the office 3 days a week: report
Amazon CEO Andy Jassy said in a blog post that 'people tend to be more engaged' when in-person.
Bernie Sanders supports a 4-day workweek. These companies tried it — here’s what happened.
It's time for more businesses to use a four-day workweek, Sen. Bernie Sanders said.
Ghosting your job candidates? You better watch out — it might come back to bite you later.
A report from the Conference Board says that 1 in 5 candidates who were ghosted by the company they were applying with took a 'negative action' against them.
NBA All-Star Chris Paul on what he looks for in an investment, competing with LeBron James, and his favorite possession
The future NBA Hall of Famer also spoke with MarketWatch about competing with LeBron James in the future as team owners, and the peer pressure NBA players face.
Opinion This CEO says employees deserve to work from home — and it’s better for business
COVID ushered in new norms. We can’t go back, writes Mark Abbott.
‘A historic day of progress’: Spain becomes first European country to provide menstrual leave
Minister of Equality Irene Montero called the new law ‘historic’ for feminist rights.
Super Sick Monday? Roughly 1 in 5 Super Bowl viewers is expected to miss work the day after the big game.
A record-setting 18.8 million Americans are expected to miss work the day after the Chiefs-Eagles Super Bowl matchup, according to this human-resources tracker.
Opinion Pay transparency is good for workers — and employers get more of the top job applicants
Treating salary like a guarded secret risks losing out to competitors who are upfront and honest with employees.
The industries where jobs are most at risk of layoffs in 2023
Here are the sectors where jobs are most at risk and most secure. Plus, what to do if you still have a job or are looking for one as the economy transitions.
Here’s more bad news if you’ve been laid off and you’re looking for work
The Federal Trade Commission says scammers may set up fake websites and even conduct fake online job interviews to try to steal money and personal information.
Opinion Skilled workers shouldn’t miss out on good-paying jobs simply because they don’t have a bachelor’s degree
Companies that hire employees with non-degree credentials create a productive workplace.
Goodbye, quiet quitting. Workers want to take on more responsibility — and need greater engagement from their boss in 2023.
A large percentage of employees say their managers didn’t listen to their concerns, new research finds.
Managers must ‘solve this problem’ of quiet quitting, Davos leaders say
It's on business leaders to keep workers engaged, Davos panel says: 'Quiet quitting is a natural response to feeling your employer or boss has given up on you'
Opinion I tried ‘quiet quitting’ before it had a name — and I’ve regretted it ever since
Work provides meaning in our lives — and being less engaged on the job can have consequences.
Employers in these two states now post salary ranges for job listings. Millions of workers will now have more pay transparency.
California and Washington state have joined New York City and Colorado in requiring most employers to disclose pay ranges for job postings.
Pay ranges aren’t too ‘ridiculous’ as transparency laws take effect, report finds
Pay ranges being disclosed because of new laws appear to be potentially helpful despite early reports of ranges that are too wide, according to a report.
What is ‘career cushioning’ — and should you be doing it?
As fears of a recession and mass layoffs loom, many workers are looking for ways to protect their livelihoods
Even a $10,000 salary hike is not enough for some working mothers to accept or stay at a job: ‘They just want to work from home’
Out of all the benefits listed -- from fertility services to childcare reimbursement -- flexible work hours was at the top of the list of a new poll.