Companies in today’s tight labor market are increasingly looking to establish a presence in cities with a high number of underemployed workers in an effort to recruit them, reports The Wall Street Journal.
As Amazon pushes forward with using more robots, employees at the e-commerce giant are finding new roles, writes The New York Times.
The growing gap between black and white workers’ wages in the U.S. is getting more difficult to explain, according to Quartz.
Amazon’s search for a second U.S.-based headquarters gets right the idea that companies increasingly need to move to where workers are, not vice versa, writes The Washington Post.
Finally, are business leaders accurately measuring their firms’ digital strength? Harvard Business Review explores.
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