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What business leaders are spending more on in 2023—and where they are cutting back

  By Megan Morrone December 30, 2022 With a slumping economy and a brutal slew of tech layoffs in 2022, many executives are looking to tighten spending in 2023, while others are spending money to scoop up all the great talent now flooding the market and looking for work. As next year’s budgets take shape, … Continue reading What business leaders are spending more on in 2023—and where they are cutting back

Employees are lying about mental health days, but not because they don’t need them

  By Shalene Gupta December 05, 2022 Employees may need mental health days, but that doesn’t mean they want their employers to know that. Mental health app Wysa surveyed 1,000 American employees about their mental health at work post-COVID-19 shutdowns. While the majority of respondents admitted to struggling with mental health symptoms, most preferred to … Continue reading Employees are lying about mental health days, but not because they don’t need them

Only 28% of B2B content marketers report having the technology they need

Nearly half say their biggest challenge is integrating/correlating data across multiple platforms. Few expect tech spend to increase. Constantine von Hoffman on November 14, 2022 Only 28% of B2B content marketers say they have the technology they need, according to a new study. Perhaps coincidentally, only 29% said their organizations are very successful with content … Continue reading Only 28% of B2B content marketers report having the technology they need

This startup will replace old, rundown homes with ones that generate more energy than they use

  By Adele Peters November 03, 2022 Housing is responsible for a huge chunk of global carbon emissions—nearly a quarter of it, by one estimate. That’s one of the reasons that the new startup Aro Homes exists: Every house it builds will have net-zero energy use. The houses are also designed to cut water use … Continue reading This startup will replace old, rundown homes with ones that generate more energy than they use

Breathless Black Friday: Shoppers Wait For Discount Emails From Brands They Trust

Breathless Black Friday: Shoppers Wait For Discount Emails From Brands They Trust by Ray Schultz , Columnist, September 6, 2022 U.S. consumers are in a cautious mood, with 69% waiting until Black Friday and Cyber Monday (BFCM) to make some purchases, according to a survey of 2,000 U.S. consumers by LoyaltyLion.   But businesses should be … Continue reading Breathless Black Friday: Shoppers Wait For Discount Emails From Brands They Trust

Trader Joe’s workers say it closed its sole NYC wine shop because they wanted to unionize it

By Clint Rainey   August 18, 2022   Trader Joe’s only New York City wine store, a spot known for its hour-long holiday lines, abruptly closed on August 11, leaving a swirl of rumors about why. Had rent gone up? Did the company need a bigger space? Was there an asbestos problem? Workers now say … Continue reading Trader Joe’s workers say it closed its sole NYC wine shop because they wanted to unionize it

Downtown restaurants rely on the office lunch crowd. Can they survive the move toward hybrid work?

By Nate Berg August 11, 2022 Like many downtown business districts across the U.S., Newark, New Jersey’s central business area is full of restaurants catering to the office crowd. With negligible residential populations to serve, these restaurants follow the daily drifts of workers’ coffee breaks, lunches, and early evening happy hours. Without workers, though, these … Continue reading Downtown restaurants rely on the office lunch crowd. Can they survive the move toward hybrid work?

Galling Websites: People Can’t Find What They’re Looking For, So They Switch Brands

Galling Websites: People Can’t Find What They’re Looking For, So They Switch Brands by Ray Schultz , Columnist, August 10, 2022 Email teams are usually stuck with the cleanup when a customer abandons a cart.  But many shoppers never even get to the checkout stage because they can’t find what they’re looking for, judging by … Continue reading Galling Websites: People Can’t Find What They’re Looking For, So They Switch Brands