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Chipotle has nurses check if workers who call in sick are just hungover

"The nurse validates that it's not a hangover — you're really sick — and then we pay for the day off to get healthy again."

Starbucks baristas are celebrating as the coffee giant updates its dress code

Starbucks tweaked its rules to allow employees to wear one facial piercing, as part of a new, simplified dress code.

Walmart employees who work on Thanksgiving get a free holiday dinner and discounts

Walmart employees who work on Thanksgiving get a holiday meal, which is planned by over 4,500 store leaders and varies from store to store.
Keep an eye out for the cakes.

5 things all Wegmans employees know and most customers don’t

Wegmans store employees have firsthand insight into how things run at the popular regional grocery chain.
See if any of these signs sound familiar.

26 signs you’re a great boss, even if it doesn’t feel like it

Worried that you might be a subpar boss? Check out these signs that you're in fact doing a terrific job managing your team.
Target is asking employees: What Would A Badass Do?

Target is getting its thousands of workers pumped up for the holiday season with mottos like ‘WWABD: What Would A Badass Do’

Target is using the motto #WWABD — What Would a Badass Do — to motivate its more than 130,000 employees for the holiday season.
Many Target stores now unload deliveries in the daytime shifts.

Target quietly ended overnight shifts in some stores, and employees say their workload has become ‘chaotic’ as they try to keep up

Employees at Target stores across the country are working harder to make up for cut overnight shifts, rushing to complete more tasks in the daytime.

California just passed a bill turning ‘gig economy’ workers into employees. Here’s what Uber and Lyft have said.

The ride-hailing giants say the decision qualifies existing law, hurts workers by removing flexibility, and will lead to customers paying more.

I asked 10 workers to name one thing they admire about their boss, and their answers are a blueprint for good leadership

Their answers reflect what some say are the characteristics of an ideal leader, from having an open-door policy and being generous with praise.
Americans care more about work-life balance than money, according to research from Prudential.

Nearly one in 4 American workers would take a pay cut in favor of more time off — and research says this could lead to better job performance

According to new research from Prudential, workers care more about a better work-life balance than higher pay.