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Many Muslims appreciate questions during the month of Ramadan, but some phrases can be avoided.
An organizational psychologist has a sneaky job-interview question to figure out what it’s really like to work somewhere
Be sure to ask interview questions about company culture, like what happens at this organization that wouldn't happen anywhere else.
Facebook’s job evaluations are so ruthless that ‘meeting most’ expectations could lead to getting fired, former employees say
Former Facebook employees say that receiving two consecutive reviews of "meets most" expectations —a "B" grade — would ultimately result in being fired.
Former Facebook employees reportedly say the corporate culture is like a cult where you have to be happy all the time
Former Facebook employees say they felt pressure to remain positive and were discouraged from speaking up, according to a CNBC report on Tuesday.
Comparably, a website that rates companies across a number of different areas, has released its Best Company Culture list for 2018.
Your grandparents’ idea of a ‘good job’ was probably based on a salary and benefits — and 50 years later, things haven’t...
Good jobs in the US today are characterized by things as basic as health insurance and a retirement account — and as complex as personal fulfillment.
Employees of a Florida insurance company have to ask their coworkers to vote on whether they get a raise — and none of it is anonymous
If a majority of the company votes in favor of the raise, then it gets approved — but none of the votes are anonymous.
The 15-year-old book CEO Satya Nadella handed his execs to start defusing Microsoft’s toxic culture explains exactly how the words we use can ge...
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella made members of his executive team read "Nonviolent Communication" after he took over in 2014.
An Amazon exec explains why working at the tech giant is like ‘walking on a tightrope’ — and why that’s a good thing
Amazon VP of Worldwide People Operations Ardine Williams compared working at the Seattle-based online giant to "walking on a tightrope." She noted that it's important to be able to pick yourself back up after you fall off.
Netflix held a Q&A on LinkedIn about getting hired and working at the company. When someone asked about the best and worst things about working at Netflix, the company responded they were the same thing: the freedom and responsibility to prioritize projects you think are most important.