Creepy requests for one-to-one video calls are only the tip of the iceberg.
Student internships, by design, have been exclusionary and exploitative. We talk to students and experts to assert why there needs to be an urgent change, especially now.
Play-by-play action just got a whole new meaning.
With the future still wildly uncertain, employers' plans for returning to the office are constantly changing. We asked readers what they've heard about when they will supposedly be back.
“When you win, you win exhausted from working 14-hour shifts and perpetually smelling like Schezwan sauce. When you lose, you dig into your savings to keep it afloat and seriously consider turning it into a grocery shop.”
With electricity and WiFi bills having shot up, and the lack of work-friendly furniture making our bodies ache, we explore if employers should be paying to make WFH less painful.
“I was so angry because it was just insulting to students that it took a week and this is what they thought solidarity was."
“I’m going to share my screen now… can everybody see it?”
“The only thing I have been able to gather from this entire experience is how impermanent everything is.”
Between forking out $70 and eating a live worm, most employees chose the latter.
Various ways to remind your boss you aren’t a machine when they kinda forget that you’re not in office because of a pandemic, not a holiday.
Expert advice on navigating the harshest job market of your lifetime, whether you're employed, scared of being laid off, or out of work.