Lockdowns, conditions sparked Apple worker protest
Worker unrest at Foxconn has left the tech giant struggling to maintain output of iPhones at a vast plant in China, but one former worker who Reuters spoke to says management brought the trouble on...
Dozens of Southwest Airlines dispatchers pitcket
Approximately 100 off-duty Southwest Airlines dispatchers picketed outside of Dallas Love Field Airport on Monday. The union the represents the dispatchers say they are in an ongoing contract dispu...
Chinese protests impact Apple production
Morning Consult APAC Geopolitical Risk Analyst Scott Moskowitz joins Caroline Hyde and Ed Ludlow to discuss the impact of protests at Apple's largest iPhone plant and elsewhere in the country, and ...
NHS nurses to take biggest ever strike action
Nurses in England, Wales and Northern Ireland are set to go on strike next month. This will make the biggest walkout in the history of Britain’s National Health Service.
Apple's reliance on China grows perilous
Apple Inc. warned earlier this month that shipments of its newest iPhones will be lower than expected going into the peak holiday season, that was before a recent escalation at Foxconn's Zhengzhou ...
UK nurses announced 'unprecedented' strike
Nurses across the United Kingdom will walk out of work for two days next month, in unprecedented strike action for better pay, staff and patient welfare. The industrial action comes amid a staffing...
Employment expert talks widespread tech layoffs
Dixon Whyte Chief People Officer Ayesha Whyte discusses the rise of layoffs at Amazon, Twitter, Meta, and more. She speaks with Ed Ludlow and Caroline Hyde on "Bloomberg Technology."
Judge orders Amazon to stop retaliating against workers
A federal judge wants Amazon to stop retaliating against employees for organizing unions.
Starbucks shuts down first unionized store
Starbucks announced that it will soon shutter yet another unionized location - this time the Seattle shop that was the first to join the union movement.
The Goldman Sachs settles 'toxic' workplace lawsuit
Goldman Sachs paid well over $12 million to a female ex-partner who alleged the firm was a toxic workplace for women.
Rail workers strike could cripple U.S. economy
Negotiators are back at the table trying to avert a freight rail worker strike next month. The strike could cost the U.S. economy $2 billion a day. Labor and employment attorney Ayesha Whyte joins ...
Pilot's union negotiations could impact holiday travel
Over 2 million passengers are expected to fly for the Thanksgiving holiday, and with a shortage of flights and pilots, delays and cancellations are expected.
Report reveals drop in law school applications
Could there be fewer lawyers in the future? A report suggests law schools may have a smaller crop of students to select from.
Twitter lost five thousand workers since Musk takeover
Bloomberg's Kamaron Leach joins Caroline Hyde and Ed Ludlow to discuss the latest wave of layoffs at Twitter as Elon Musk fired workers from the sales side of the social network's business beginnin...
More layoffs on the horizon for Twitter
Elon Musk is planning to fire more Twitter Inc. employees as soon as Monday, this time targeting the sales and partnership side of the business after mass resignations among engineers two days ago,...
Amazon layoffs could continue into 2023
Amazon may not be finished with their layoffs. According to a letter CEO Andy Jassy sent employees, the layoffs could continue through 2023.
Investors dumps debt after Carvana cuts workforce
Carvana says it is cutting about 1,500 jobs, or 8% of its workforce, as it confronts the brutal arithmetic of a crumbling secondhand car market slashing potential revenue from the autos it resells....
Twitter closes offices after mass worker exodus
Elon Musk issued an ultimatum to Twitter Inc. employees to either commit to the company's new "hardcore" work environment or leave. Many more workers have chosen to go than expected and Twitter clo...
SpaceX illegally fired employees critical of Musk
SpaceX illegally fired nine people earlier this year in retaliation for comments critical of founder Elon Musk and the company's culture, a former employee alleged in a complaint with federal regul...
Influencers get support from new union in Italy
The first union for web influencers and content creators in Italy, Assoinfluencer, aims to provide legal protection and support.
Twitter employees mass exit after Musk ultimatum
The drama continues at Twitter. Hundreds of Twitter employees are leaving the company after receiving an ultimatum from new owner Elon Musk. This after Musk had already laid off half of Twitter's w...
Amazon begins mass layoffs at its corporate office
Amazon has begun mass layoffs in its corporate ranks, becoming the latest tech company to trim its workforce amid rising fears about the wider economic environment.On Tuesday, the company notified ...
Lessons in how to not fire people
There may not be a good way to fire people, but there is absolutely a bad way. Quicktake's Alex Webb taps a director of executive communications to gather a few key points any leader should keep in...
Musk issues ultimatum to Twitter staff
Elon Musk has sent Twitter employees a bizarre late-night email giving them two days to commit to 'extremely hardcore' working hours or to leave the company,
Impacts of tech layoffs in the U.S.
Meta announced they're laying off 11,000 people, 13% of the company. Twitter laid off 7,500 employees, 200 of them in Seattle, Washington. One reason for the layoffs is Facebook and Twitter's losin...
Amazon could soon cut ten thousand jobs
Amazon could soon become the latest tech company to announce mass layoffs ahead of the holidays.According to reporting from Reuters and the New York Times, those cuts could come as soon as this week.
Goldman Sachs paid $12 million to bury sexism claim
Goldman Sachs paid out well over $12 million to a veteran executive who complained internally about a toxic workplace for women in the highest echelons of Wall Street's most prestigious firm. Sridh...
Amazon workers brace for mass job cuts
The e-commerce giant had already frozen hiring after taking on too many staff during the COVID pandemic. Around 1 per cent of its workforce will be affected.
Amazon plans to sack 10,000 workers
Amazon.com Inc. plans to cut about 10,000 jobs, the largest ever headcount reduction at the e-commerce giant as it braces for slower growth and a possible recession. The layoffs are said to target ...