Research shows a majority of workers can do their job in less than 40 hours a week. So why are we still stuck in the same work week, even amid such radical shifts in the way we work over ...
COVID-19 accelerated the shift to a digital-first world which made businesses rethink the way they operate. One key to success in a post-Covid world is to embrace digitalization.
Examples of media, entertainment and sports brands that are bringing their diversity commitments to life.
Organizational culture can be hard to maintain in a hybrid working model. Business leaders must take the lead in supporting innovation culture.
'Zigzag working' is the continuous alternation between paid and unpaid work which many parents are facing.
Spain's Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez wants to offer 18-35 year olds €250 ($290) a month to spend on rent for up to two years.
Companies that place a premium on employee well-being and experience will gain a competitive advantage as the world builds back from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Ahead of the World Day for Decent Work, we asked leaders in global organizations for their take on what is needed to make good work a reality for everyone.
Global organizations have called for more investment in teachers on World Teachers’ Day. Here’s what you need to know about teachers’ pay
As the future-of-work paradigm shift accelerates, organizations have seen how people working from home can be more productive – and less prone to burnout.
A city’s attractiveness won’t be based on tax policy and corporate presence, but on amenities, experience, talent and people.
World Bank data has shown that during the early pandemic, female, young, less educated, and urban workers were most likely to stop work.
How new office layouts, structured social experiences and encouraging employees to be open about concerns can help businesses create more ethical cultures.
Gig work offers flexibility and boomed during the pandemic; however, some have complained about low wages with few benefits.
Covid-19 has highlighted inequities in employment, can government-backed recovery plans introduce fairer working practices?