Workday Rising Europe: it’s all about the employee
The seventh edition of Workday Rising has begun. Co-ceo Chano Fernandez kicked off the event with an opening keynote. For many Workday employees, it is also their first Workday Rising. Partly because of the acquisitions Workday has made but also the growth the organization is experiencing. So Ferna... Read more
IBM Consulting faces backlash after issuing back-to-office policy
IBM Consulting faces staff protests after releasing a back-to-office policy which the company expects to increase the creativity and productivity of its employees collectively.
A recent policy issued by IBM Consulting revealed that employees need to be in the office three days a week if they liv... Read more
Amazon pauses office construction to redesign for hybrid work
Amazon is halting the development of six new office buildings in Washington and Tennessee to remodel workplaces for hybrid work.
More than two years after the COVID-19 pandemic began, several businesses are making an effort to make their workplaces more inviting and collaborative for staff, espe... Read more
Thales intends to take on 11,000 new hires
Thales is increasing its hiring goals for 2022 and expects to bring on 11,000 employees globally.
With 81,000 employees in 68 countries, Thales is a major player in the aerospace, defence and digital identity sectors. The organization wants to hire nearly 11,000 new workers globally, focussing o... Read more
ServiceNow integrates Qualtrics Embedded Insights for customer service
ServiceNow and Qualtrics launched a new app that improves the experience of IT and customer service professionals.
According to Qualtrics and ServiceNow, About 80 percent of IT professionals waste more than 10 percent of their office hours on finding tech inefficiencies. The stats indicate the ... Read more
The Great Resignation is making it harder to hire developers
Most CIOs say that the Great Resignation makes it harder to hire skilled developers.
Recruiting skilled developers in the current climate can be difficult. The Great Resignation has left many companies short-staffed, while others have quit their jobs to take advantage of the opportunity to try s... Read more
Lenovo to hire 12,000 new R&D employees in the next 3 years
Lenovo has disclosed plans to employ 12,000 research and development personnel over the next three years to support the business's "client-edge-cloud-network-intelligence" IT architecture.
According to its statement, the new employees will supplement the 5,000 hires that the firm made in the pre... Read more
Apple pays bonuses to prevent employees from job-hopping to competitors
Apple has recently paid out massive stock bonuses to employees. Bloomberg speculates that the tech giant aims to prevent employees from switching to Meta.
According to Bloomberg, Apple has increasingly been trying to prevent talented employees from job-hopping to competing tech giants. Its sight... Read more
Employees unionize at Alphabet and Google
In a historic move, a group of more than 200 Google and Alphabet workers have announced the formation of the Alphabet Workers Union. The New York Times first reported the formation of the group, which had significant help from the Communication Workers of American Union's Campaign to Organize Digit... Read more
Microsoft tells staff remote working is now ‘standard’
Microsoft has said that its more than 150,000 staff can now work from home or anywhere they please, most of the time. This will be the new standard. Last Friday, the software giant released a guide on what the flexible workplace will look like after the COVID-19 pandemic is curbed enough to make wo... Read more