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From Gen Z to baby boomers, here’s how employees describe their coworkers from different generations

  By Shalene Gupta November 01, 2022 Pundits go back and forth over the differences between generations. On the one hand, each generation is shaped by the time and events they live in. On the other hand, aren’t we all human and similar at heart? So instead of fighting over generational differences, why not unite … Continue reading From Gen Z to baby boomers, here’s how employees describe their coworkers from different generations

How much do you need to make to feel satisfied? Here’s what underrepresented employees say

  By Shalene Gupta October 24, 2022   Employers are working to strengthen their commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion, but what does it actually take for employees to feel like they are surviving and thriving? For starters, pay them at least $34.10 an hour. Grads of Life, a consultancy that works with companies to … Continue reading How much do you need to make to feel satisfied? Here’s what underrepresented employees say

Millennials are losing faith in stocks and bonds. Here’s what they’re investing in instead

  By Clint Rainey October 12, 2022   In just a little over two decades, millennials and Gen Zers are expected to inherit $73 trillion from the baby boomer generation—a historic transfer of U.S. wealth. According to a Bank of America Private Bank survey released Tuesday, the new owners of this money are poised to make … Continue reading Millennials are losing faith in stocks and bonds. Here’s what they’re investing in instead

We need to decarbonize the economy at scale. Here’s one clever solution

  By Talib Visram September 23, 2022   The market will be key to fighting the climate crisis at the enormous scale needed, according to experts at the Fast Company Innovation Festival.     “What’s the one idea that humanity has come up with in the last 1,000 years that’s still transparent, cost efficient and … Continue reading We need to decarbonize the economy at scale. Here’s one clever solution

Credit Karma might owe you money over fake ‘pre-approved’ card offers: Here’s how to find out

By Clint Rainey September 07, 2022   The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) is ordering Credit Karma, the free personal-credit monitoring site, to pay $3 million to users who received “false ‘pre-approved’ credit card offers” that ended up hurting their credit scores. The agency filed a complaint alleging that from February 2018 to April 2021, Credit … Continue reading Credit Karma might owe you money over fake ‘pre-approved’ card offers: Here’s how to find out

Here’s how California’s landmark ‘fast-food council’ could boost wages and change the industry

By Clint Rainey September 06, 2022 California Governor Gavin Newsom signed a first-of-its-kind bill into law on Labor Day that gives fast-food workers a say on their employment terms and industry working conditions, including the ability to raise their own minimum wage to $22 an hour.     The FAST Recovery Act is a radical … Continue reading Here’s how California’s landmark ‘fast-food council’ could boost wages and change the industry

Serena Williams is retiring from tennis to focus on other businesses. Here’s a look at her empire

By Chris Morris August 09, 2022   As dominating as Serena Williams has been in the tennis world, she’s also become a major force in terms of business. So while Tuesday’s announcement, in a Vogue cover story, that she would be “evolving away” from the sport after the U.S. Open was a surprise, her plans … Continue reading Serena Williams is retiring from tennis to focus on other businesses. Here’s a look at her empire

Wildfires disproportionately impact low-income people. Here’s how communities can protect them

By Talib Visram August 04, 2022 Though it’s 98% contained today, the Calf Canyon/Hermits Peak Fire has been burning in New Mexico since April, becoming the largest fire in the state’s history. By late June, it had burned through almost 350,000 acres and destroyed 900 structures. More troubling still is that most of the counties … Continue reading Wildfires disproportionately impact low-income people. Here’s how communities can protect them