Companies are sending surveys, offering cash rewards and requiring disclosures to find out how much of their work force is vaccinated.
Flush the taps, focus on indoor air quality and consider getting creative about staff schedules.
Companies can require workers entering the workplace to be vaccinated against the coronavirus, according to recent U.S. government guidance.
Ellen Pao, the former C.E.O. of Reddit, talks Big Tech boys clubs, content moderation and workplace culture.
At some top companies, Asian Americans are overrepresented in midlevel roles and underrepresented in leadership. The root of this workplace inequality could stem from the all-too-common experience of being confused for someone else.
The woman, Teresa Logan, accused Mr. Stringer of sexual harassment and making unwanted advances while she was working for him at a bar and restaurant he co-owned in 1992.
A list of pros and cons works in most situations, but there are no pros to telling your boss about your co-worker’s old D.U.I.
Naomi Osaka advocated for her well-being at work. Here’s how you can too.
A reader wonders how to update her job uniform after a year of sweatpants and Zoom shirts.
A reminder to mind your own business and know your worth.
Zhang Yiming steered ByteDance to become China’s first truly globally successful internet company.
Melinda French Gates voiced concerns about her husband’s relationship with Jeffrey Epstein and a harassment claim against his money manager.
The rules for keeping workers safe can be difficult to navigate.
A former adviser to Representative Doug Lamborn, a Colorado Republican, contends in a federal lawsuit that the congressman flouted safety guidelines, contributing to an outbreak in his office.
Fully vaccinated people do not have to wear masks or maintain social distance indoors or outdoors, with some exceptions, the C.D.C. advised.
In “Amazon Unbound,” his second book about the company, Brad Stone focuses on its singular C.E.O.
Sometimes you do have to draw boundaries, and sometimes you have to learn to live with other people’s predilections.
The future of work isn’t necessarily brighter than its past.
At least 20 employees have posted publicly that they intend to resign or have already resigned.
We’re all feeling a little fried at work and home. But there are ways to stay sharp and recharge.
The company that helped popularize open office plans and lavish employee perks is trying to reinvent office spaces to cope with workplace sensibilities changed by the pandemic.
For me, even the sad desk salad may now be a happy one.
Many companies see the appeal of combining office life with work-from-home flexibility. How to strike the right balance can be less clear.
A new city program for homeless L.G.B.T.Q. youth will offer job placement, education and mental health support to help them achieve career success.
Players on 15 teams announced they would not attend off-season programming because of concerns about the coronavirus. Some may give up financial benefits in the process.
One option that is always available: embrace the petty.
Readers discuss formative experiences in the workplace, at Google and elsewhere.
Customers should start telling Jeff Bezos to treat his workers like human beings.
Some big employers are giving up square footage as they juggle remote work. That could devastate building owners and cities.
Vanessa Friedman, fashion director of The New York Times, takes reader questions.
Confronting the things that challenge us, off-the-charts stress levels and money matters.
After a year of working remotely, some employees are not keen to go back to the office, and, so far, employers are being receptive to their concerns.
As more companies consider plans to bring workers back to the office, experts say to expect expanded gathering spaces and fewer personal workstations.
What to do about copycats on Zoom calls, a rival’s resentment and managing an intern.
A claim that the company illegally prohibits employees from discussing pay has been added to a lawsuit accusing it of paying women less than men. Disney has aggressively pushed back.
Psychological safety is the belief that you can take risks and put forward ideas without facing ridicule or retaliation. More often than not, it’s women — especially women of color — who don’t feel comfortable doing so.
Julian Reichelt, editor of the tabloid-style Bild, denied accusations by female employees but stepped aside while the newspaper’s owner conducts an internal investigation.
Dozens of current and former employees of Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s executive chamber described the office as chaotic, unprofessional and toxic, especially for young women.
Because of the pandemic, some Biden administration officials continue to work from homes a long way from Washington. They see advantages in being outside the bubble.
Workers with college degrees and specialized training once felt relatively safe from automation. They aren’t.
What the absence of day-to-day connections showed us about how we spent our days.
Change may come slowly in Japanese society, but social media has offered an outlet for a younger generation stifled by a rigid hierarchy.
The United Nations auditor, with no diplomatic experience, has declared her candidacy for secretary general — an audacious bid to shake up an organization that she says badly needs it.
Let the government make the policy.
“The Times is a difficult environment for many of our colleagues,” the report found. People of color described “unsettling and sometimes painful day-to-day workplace experiences.”
Mike Pesca of “The Gist” said he was suspended after defending, in a Slack discussion with colleagues, the use of the slur in some contexts.
Some very odd workplace dilemmas for which there are no easy answers, except for one. There is one easy answer.
The Valentine-style image was “passed around” the Los Angeles Police Department, officials said.
The museum wrote that it was seeking a director who would work to maintain its “core, white art audience,” in addition to attracting a more diverse one.
The coronavirus pandemic has already upended eating habits in a country where the table is a sacred space. Now it is taking its toll on a symbol of work-life balance.