How Companies Are Dealing with Millennials Ghosting on Their Jobs
Low unemployment rates in certain sectors and 'texting culture' can mean abrupt departures that create frustration for employers.
When Being Queer Means You Don’t Fit Your Job’s ‘Aesthetic’
I can tell you first-hand that the service industry is still a stagnant, writhing shit hole of sexist, discriminatory behavior.
Whining About Work Can Be Good for You, Research Says
Never let anyone tell you that your "negative vibe" is getting the office down ever again.
Employers Don't Like to Hire Intelligent Women
A new study found that high-achieving women were less likely to get called back for a job interview than high-achieving men—as well as only moderately-achieving women.
Monster Energy Is Being Sued by Five Women for Alleged Sexual Misconduct
The company claims that the women are “disgruntled employees.”
How Arbitration Clauses Silence Women Speaking Out About Harassment
Therese Lawless has filed lawsuits against Silicon Valley’s most powerful companies, often for gender discrimination. But a growing trend of arbitration clauses in contracts is effectively silencing many of the women she represents.
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Former Lush Employee Sues the Beauty Company for Racial Discrimination
Mercedez Gonzalez was employed by the beauty chain as a spa therapist—but she's now suing the company for discrimination, claiming white colleagues were given extra support and training, while she was fired.
People Tell Us the Most Unprofessional Thing They've Ever Done at Work
The bad news is, most of us hate our jobs. The good news is, there’s no shortage of shitty things we can do while hating it.
Female Recruits Forced to Undergo Vaginal Exams by Nebraska State Patrol, Lawsuit Claims
A lawsuit alleges that a female state trooper was forced to submit to a "medically unnecessary and sexually invasive" procedure before she was hired, and it has prompted a criminal investigation.
Why Portrayals of Moms in Video Games Are So Messed Up
In video games like "Red Dead Redemption," "Heavy Rain," and "The Last of Us," multidimensional father figures are abundant. But where are the playable mothers?
How to Deal with Every Type of Asshole in Your Office
The Suspicious, the Lost, the Distracted—which one are you?
How the Magic Leap Lawsuit Illuminates Tech’s Gendered Design Bias
It’s not pretty.