BuzzFeed News Union members stage 24-hour walkout

On the same day shareholders voted the digital media enterprise to go public, more than 60 employees protested over contract negotiations

10 common questions employees ask their managers

Here's how you can use these questions to jumpstart healthy discussions with your employees

Private sector adds 534,000 jobs in November

Despite challenges from the COVID-19 pandemic and nationwide staffing shortages, employers continue to increase their payroll

California confirms first case of Omicron in U.S.

No cause for panic, insists Governor Gavin Newsom, who urges people to get vaccinated, boosted and to wear masks

HR leaders must be ready for next COVID wave, says Cegid executive

Industry leader says the test is now whether company culture is strong enough to deal with new threat

Degreed's chief people officer: 'HR feels critical right now'

Chief people officer at California-based platform reflects on three decades in HR, challenging inequality, and the tumultuous past two years

Fired employees sue Google for breaching 'Don't be evil' contract

Lawsuit is part of a protracted legal battle with tech giant, which claims the trio leaked confidential information to the media

Well-paying entry-level jobs that will grow in 2022

Here are the top entry-level tech and non-tech jobs that are projected to grow in the new year

Judge blocks Biden's vaccine mandate for healthcare workers in 10 states

Court ruling deals President another blow in bid to enforce vaccine requirement across country

HR PRACTICE

Chief people officer at California-based platform reflects on three decades in HR, challenging inequality, and the tumultuous past two years

Senior Director at Culture Amp maintains Silicon Valley connections and urges companies to be better diversity and inclusion leaders

From Vogue to Vanity Fair to Wired, HR in some of the U.S.'s most iconic brands

Lynn Brownell, CEO of WSPS, on her career path – and why safety is the future of HR

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