Californians say the billion-dollar company is hawking illegal timeshares. "If this business model succeeds," one Sonoma resident said, "our town starts to become more and more like an adult Disneyland."
At a town hall meeting, the salad company leader dismissed an employee who was moved to tears, doubled down on his "core message," and received plaudits from staff.
In messages obtained by Motherboard, Jonathan Neman promised to "learn forward" after blaming mass COVID death on overweight people.
"iBuyers" are gearing up to grow massively in the coming years, with unforeseen consequences for the U.S. housing market.
"We have many questions that must be addressed," more than 50 women wrote in one recent HR complaint.
The investigation began after members of the newspaper’s sports department sent a letter to management demanding action.
Even as Republicans co-opt his father's words for their own ends, the oldest son of Martin Luther King Jr. is starting to feel something resembling hope.
Shortly after Gelman's resignation Thursday, staffers said on social media that the decision was "not enough" and that The Wing must do more to support its Black and brown employees.
Some of the laid-off employees had been with the company for five years—a situation that left people feeling “angry” and “blindsided."
By reopening their states early, GOP governors are forcing workers to choose between their health and financial security. “I feel like we’re all just this test market," said one restaurant server in Georgia.
Many experts want the WFH workforce to stay put until a vaccine is approved. If you do head back, expect indoor masks, staggered schedules, small meetings, and the death of open-office plans.