Raytheon will still hire you
Another tech giant could be implementing mass layoffs
In context: Working in the tech industry might not feel like the most secure profession right now, given the number of people being let go, but it still offers some of the best perks (and pay, usually). Microsoft, for example, is giving its US employees unlimited, fully paid time off.
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The faltering economy prompted Microsoft's "structural adjustments"
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Cancel that yacht order
Productivity theater: bosses believe workers are less productive at home, according to Microsoft survey
Are you being dragged back to the office?
In context: Does your boss think you spend all day 'working' from home in your dressing gown, taking regular breaks to stuff your face/get drunk/watch Pornhub? They aren't alone in believing that remote work makes employees less efficient. According to a new study from Microsoft, 85% of bosses are convinced that home comforts make staff less productive, and that's causing 'productivity theater.'
American companies haven't lost faith in China
One staff member likens the crackdown to a witch hunt
While Microsoft cuts jobs but increases its headcount
Unity says the move will help reach long-term growth goals
Does that potential employee project the uncanny valley effect?
Employees return to Tesla following Elon Musk's demands, find there are not enough desks or parking spaces
The company wasn't prepared for so many people returning at once
Will it be enough to hang onto staff?
Up to 100,000 IT specialists are leaving Russia
The temporary policy suspension has become a permanent one
Arm is restructuring ahead of its IPO
Another day, another problem
Some rare welcome news for those working in the game industry
MGM wants to reduce employee churn
And then accuses some of laziness
And it's not because of social media distractions
Amazon joins Walmart, Target and Kroger in offering more educational perks