Tag Archives: Personal

Managers: You’re not a BFF or a therapist. This is how much you should know about your employees’ personal lives

April 25, 2024 Managers: You’re not a BFF or a therapist. This is how much you should know about your employees’ personal lives Managers have no business snooping around their workers’ privacy, which does not interfere with their willingness or ability to show an interest in their well-being, engagement, career satisfaction, morale, and performance. BY Tomas … Continue reading Managers: You’re not a BFF or a therapist. This is how much you should know about your employees’ personal lives

Mark Zuckerberg fights personal liability in Meta lawsuits

Mark Zuckerberg fights personal liability in Meta lawsuits Charlotte Colombo Freelance Journalist    Mark Zuckerberg fights personal liability lawsuit   In a February 23 court appearance, Meta giant Mark Zuckerberg is set to try to skirt personal liability in dozens of lawsuits, according to Bloomberg. This is despite his being directly named in numerous court … Continue reading Mark Zuckerberg fights personal liability in Meta lawsuits

How to let your personal history steer you toward a successful future

By Yonason Goldson February 04, 2024 How do you demonstrate solidarity with farmers suffering from the impact of climate change and a global economy? If the headlines are any indication, you hurl hot soup at the Mona Lisa. Could there be there a morsel of method in the activists’ menu of madness?  To find out, let’s … Continue reading How to let your personal history steer you toward a successful future

Consumers Willingly Give Personal Data When They Don’t Feel Prodded Or Pushed

Sharing Personal Data Becomes Easier When Consumers Don’t Feel Prodded Or Pushed by Laurie Sullivan , Staff Writer @lauriesullivan, February 1, 2024 Nearly one-third of consumers would decline non-essential website cookies if asked, and 58% would opt out of mailing lists regularly, but 47% said they will share data with a business on their own terms, … Continue reading Consumers Willingly Give Personal Data When They Don’t Feel Prodded Or Pushed

EU authorities ban Meta from using personal data for advertising

The ban will begin in two weeks and appears to cripple Big Tech’s ability to sell first-person data used by marketers. Constantine von Hoffman on November 2, 2023 The European Data Protection Board (EDPB) is permanently banning Meta from using personal data for advertising across the EU and European Economic Area (EEA). As it stands, … Continue reading EU authorities ban Meta from using personal data for advertising

How to turn ChatGPT into your own personal assistant

How to turn ChatGPT into your own personal assistant Aaron Heienickle / Jul 20, 2023   OpenAI, a leading artificial intelligence research organization, has recently announced the launch of a groundbreaking feature for its ChatGPT platform: custom instructions. This innovative capability allows users to provide specific prompts to the chatbot, eliminating the need to repeat … Continue reading How to turn ChatGPT into your own personal assistant

Instacart CEO Fidji Simo makes groceries personal. Now she’s doing the same for women’s health

  By Yasmin Gagne On the eighth and ninth floors of a pristine building in a research park in Salt Lake City, employees in gray uniforms tread under gold light fixtures, past abstract artwork, and around plush couches in the waiting area where they check patients in. This isn’t a high-end spa, though the gentle … Continue reading Instacart CEO Fidji Simo makes groceries personal. Now she’s doing the same for women’s health

You need to establish a personal brand to succeed in the workplace of tomorrow—here’s how

  By Aliza Licht April 16, 2023   While the digital age gave those who opted in the means to amplify themselves, the hybrid and often virtual landscape we now work in proves that having a personal brand is no longer a choice; it’s a requirement. To succeed, we must have the means to convey … Continue reading You need to establish a personal brand to succeed in the workplace of tomorrow—here’s how

Millennials are more likely than other generations to support a cap on personal wealth

  By Clint Rainey March 14, 2023   Despite mounting anxieties over the country’s wealth gap, the idea of placing an absolute cap on how much money Americans should be allowed to earn has never, for obvious reasons, gained a ton of currency here.   However, according to an exclusive new Harris Poll conducted for … Continue reading Millennials are more likely than other generations to support a cap on personal wealth