Desks outfitted with sensors that track movements and ergonomics are already changing how offices operate, writes Bloomberg.
Professional development for Gen Z will cover major U.S. cities, aiming to give incentives for the future workforce to get a head start on their careers, according to Fast Company.
Obama’s overtime regulation, which a judge blocked back in December, is being revisited by the current administration, reports NPR.
A major argument for diversity is that it creates more creative teams. Harvard Business Review explores if this is true.
Finally, Unilever is using artificial intelligence and brain games to prescreen entry-level candidates, resulting in greater diversity and cost-efficiency, writes Business Insider.
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