Activision threatened, spied on workers amid union drive, US agency alleges
The CWA union has accused the 'Call of Duty' maker of a series of illegal labour practices at the union has sought to organise video game testers and other employees at the company and its subsidiaries.
Aviation industry turns to childcare, free iPhones to lure workers
Shortages of workers led to long lines and delays during the peak summer travel season last year, marring the industry's recovery from Covid-19 and spurring demand for new initiatives to attract workers.
Four-day working week 'more productive', UK study shows
Over 60 firms in Britain took part in the six-month experiment allowing almost 3,000 employees to work one day less per week while retaining the same salary.
From quiet quitting to rage applying, workers on the lookout for the next job
The rage applying phenomenon appears to be picking up steam, as frustrated employees try to balance stagnant wages and workplace frustrations with the cost of living.
Meta to begin laying off employees, reports say
Zuckerberg appeared downcast in a meeting and said he was accountable for the company's missteps and his overoptimism about growth had led to overstaffing, the report added, citing people familiar with the matter.
Musk denies reports he is firing Twitter employees in attempt to avoid payouts
Reports say that Musk has ordered job cuts across the company and that layoffs would take place before Nov 1 date, when employees were scheduled to receive stock grants as part of their compensation.
Starbucks sued for accusing unionised workers of assault, kidnapping
At least 240 other Starbucks in the US have unionised over the past year, and the company has been accused of illegal labour practices at dozens of locations.
Too many changes too fast, bosses group tells govt
The Malaysian Employers Federation says businesses are still struggling to recover from the impact of Covid-19, and need more time to implement all of the changes scheduled to take effect this year.
No plans to introduce menstrual leave, says deputy minister
Deputy Women, Family and Community Development Minister Siti Zailah Yusoff says there is not much demand for it in the country.
Tesla sued by former employees over ‘mass layoff’
The workers allege the company failed to adhere to federal laws on mass layoffs that require a 60-day notification period under the Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification Act, according to the lawsuit.
Feeling ‘super bad’ about economy, Musk wants to cut 10% of Tesla jobs
Musk told staff to return to the workplace or leave the company, a demand that has already faced pushback in Germany where the company has a new factory.
Pregnancy trap for workers in controversial Japan scheme
When Vanessa, a worker with Japan's 'technical intern' programme, told her supervisors she was pregnant, she says they first suggested an abortion and then pressured her to quit.