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07/10/2019 - You’re Hired. Now Wear This Headset To Learn The Job.

– The New York Times
Companies like Microsoft see a multibillion-dollar opportunity to get more personal technology, including the HoloLens, in the hands of workers who don’t sit behind a desk. The new push goes beyond tools to perform a particular task, like a clerk ringing up a customer with a tablet or a robot moving materials around a factory.
 
– The New York Times
Some larger companies have begun making small but measurable efforts to recognize gender non-binary workers or customers – instituting gender-neutral language in communications, training customer service employees to ask about preferred pronouns or updating dress codes or restroom facilities to accommodate people across the gender spectrum.
– The Washington Post
Some larger companies have begun making small but measurable efforts to recognize gender non-binary workers or customers – instituting gender-neutral language in communications, training customer service employees to ask about preferred pronouns or updating dress codes or restroom facilities to accommodate people across the gender spectrum.
 
– The New York Times
While tech workers at Silicon Valley’s largest companies have engaged in an unusual degree of activism over the past few years, unionization efforts have failed.