Minimum wage increases in Seattle led to fewer hours for low-wage workers, according to University of Washington researchers. However, other experts question the validity of the research, reports The New York Times.
Proposed cuts to Medicaid mean hospital administrators are worried their facilities could close. Some of these health care facilities are big economic drivers for the communities they serve, writes NPR.
Some companies are making conscious efforts to lessen the frequency of interrupting women in the workplace, according to The Atlantic.
The most successful companies think like sports teams, writes Ultimate Software’s CEO in Fortune.
Finally, here’s advice for those transitioning at work, as well as information for those hoping to support their transitioning colleagues, via Fast Company.
- Listen: Upwork’s Zoe Harte makes the case for freelancers as core part of talent development strategy
- What should be the employer’s role in tackling student loan debt?
- Intellectual humility is a key skill for tomorrow’s leaders
- Student debt is an impediment to lifelong learning
- Standing still is no longer an option