While you were busy giving American tourists everywhere a bad name, giving Americans everywhere a coronary, literally throwing money away, or deciding whether to make that fourth cup of coffee a decaf, here are 13 things you may have missed in the world of workforce news this week…
- The majority of CEOs still want nothing to do with social media, have no idea what they’re missing out on. [Quartz]
- Job seekers are all, “We’re awesome!” and employers are all, “Mmm…not so much.” [MainStreet]
- Green cards are the new black when it comes to employee benefits. [News Observer]
- Now, it literally pays to work for free. [Washington Post]
- The smaller the business, the less likely it is to offer retirement benefits. [U.S. News]
- The measure of a man is the size of his mobile device, according to totally legit-sounding new study. [OpenForum]
- Women experience flex discrimination at work. [Daily Beast]
- Female executives still have a lot of leaning in to do. [Bloomberg]
- Today’s corporate bonus programs have become ‘meh’. [CNN]
- Baby Boomers and Millennials learn that, hey, maybe they’re not so different after all.[Boston Globe]
- The IRS has had it up to here with companies that misclassify freelancers. [Entrepreneur]
- More vacation time doesn’t mean happier workers, according to researchers who clearly hate fun. [The Atlantic]
- Some people don’t think Sheryl Sandberg’s doing a good job of leaning in to her pocketbook. [ValleyWag]
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