Amazon’s U.K. workers stage their first walk out
From the BBC World Service: We hear from the Amazon workers in the UK who are staging their first strike in a dispute over pay and conditions. Plus, a German union says Ford is planning thousands of job cuts in Europe. What’s driving the group’s future strategy? And, Egypt is struggling with rising prices, a weak currency and a cash-strapped government. What impact is that having on day-to-day lives?
Lawmakers on Senate Banking Committee yesterday grilled bank supervisors and other government financial regulators over alleged failures in oversight leading up to the recent bank collapses. Karen Petrou, managing partner at Federal Financial Analytics, walks us through what’s been said so far —...
As the trend of fully-remote work ebbs and employers push to bring workers back into offices, there’s been an increasing focus on what makes a positive and productive workplace — or a company’s “culture”. We check in with consultant Keith Ferrazzi, who argues that in an increasingly hybrid work...