BossFeed Briefing for 10/17/2016 — big bucks from anti-minimum wage groups in state legislative races, raise up Idaho too, and a new name on the same old same old.Read More
BossFeed Briefing for 10/10/2016 — I-1433 is winning, the rent is too damn high, a minimum wage researcher forgot to google, and more.Read More
The week in work: one easy way to know if you’re a sucky employer; the Chamber of Commerce does what it does; they still don’t want to pay women; an octopus against Republicanism, birds for clean energy, and cats against the military-industrial complex.Read More
BossFeed, the week in work: the industry lobby lines up against secure scheduling from Fox News to the Yakima Valley; wage theft by the big movie studios; how about you automate management first; a pony escapes some things, an elephant charges, and SeaWorld snoops.Read More
The week in work: we raise wages and the economy booms, part 197; Amazon gets Google to shut down organizing; ugly treatment of dairy workers and blueberry pickers; a lizard gets a promotion, a billionaire destroys something irreplaceable, and a dog finishes seventh.Read More
The week in work: taking the humanity out of customer service; 1 in 3 households on the verge of a financial breakdown; Chipotle passes paid sick leave; a cow flees slaughter, a flock of sheep collaborates, and a monkey loses its head.Read More
BossFeed, the week in work: minimum wage opponents call up the menace of Idaho; Amazon fined for safety violations; Spokane passes paid sick & safe time; Finland requires asylum seekers to work for free; elephants retire, manatees policed, and a shark on hunger strike.Read More
BossFeed, the week in work: gendered wardrobes in the skies; Muslim workers walk out for religious accommodation; Uber drivers wrestle with the ratings panopticon; a farm industry group manipulates wage data; turtles with salmonella, monkeys without rights, and robot dogs that pass as robot mulesRead More
The week in work: drivers in Seattle win the right to organize; trucking companies worry about having to raise wages; the most effective staff meeting ever; turkeys attack a postal worker, a rabbit attacks everyone, and a cat attacks the political class.Read More
The week in work: getting knocked down, 1%-style; working overtime at a Yakima motel; the link between popcorn lung and e-cigarettes; alligator vigilantes, owl on owl violence, and some smart counter-programming.Read More
The week in work: Alaska has unanswered questions about why they always lose; Walmart calls Lockheed, the FBI, and store managers; cheesemaking while sick; a donkey nabbed, an excited calf, and a squirrel attacks.
The week in work: what happened after that Uber attack; perceptions of a rigged system depressing turnout; shepherds finally get a raise; an emu escapes, a wallaby escapes, and two zebras escape.
BossFeed, the week in work: a local business publication reports the truth; bossing around the indebted; big business spends big; lion attacks, bear attacks, and squirrel attacks.Read More
BossFeed, the week in work: high-stress food service jobs; Missouri gone wild; 1% problems; hungry sea lions, urban kangaroos, and a tweeting chicken.Read More
The week in work: the dollar store as a toxic workplace; shore leave means mall runs; opting out of workers compensation; a hero dog, a dead rat, and a less-than-gruff goat.
BossFeed, the week in work: coffee cup job actions and franchise responsibilities; Americans with $0 of savings; the Uber economy comes home; and the surprising treatment of a 3-legged raccoonRead More
The week in work: the other jobs Amazon creates; not really an appropriate break time activity; Washington falls to third; elk selfies, fish records, and monkeys on the loose.Read More
The week in work: if homeless people are the butt of your joke, you’re doing it wrong; grocery chain expands and contracts and hosts pajama party; Sweden experiments with reduced work hours; rodents die, deer attack, and giraffe say hmmmm.Read More
BossFeed, the week in work: thin penalties for serious health & safety violations; when more hours leads to lower productivity; Amazon’s gender imbalance is so big that…; asthmatic otters, wandering emus, and aggressive goats.Read More