– CNN Business
CNN Business interviewed 23 current and former Target employees in recent months, including department managers, who say hours have been scaled back even as Target has increased starting wages.
– The Wall Street Journal
Employers pay staffers’ expenses to travel to select hospitals and doctors, in bid to control costs.
– The New York Times
On Wednesday, the Washington Center for Equitable Growth, a left-leaning policy group, published five papers based on data about various subsets of the 30,000 survey respondents who are part of the Shift Project.
As many as 64% of workers say they would trust a robot over their manager, based on the joint study from Oracle and research firm Future Workplace. Meanwhile, more than half say they have already turned to a robot for advice instead of their manager.