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SEOUL (Reuters) - An anonymous messaging app called Blind used by South Korean employees to air their grievances is helping change management attitudes towards workers in some of the nation's biggest companies.
In northeast Minneapolis’ arts district, a tall, lanky man with slate-coloured, shoulder-length hair often wanders by the railroad tracks with his phone at arm’s length, recording himself.
Things were looking down for Lionel Barnes in late 2018. He’d been let go from his information technology job in Plant City, Florida. A rocky relationship had ended. He was soon sleeping in his 20-year-old Mercedes with his teenage son, Lionel Jr.
By the end of last year, Zhihu had more than 43.1 million cumulative content creators who contributed 315.3 million questions and answers. However, efforts to diversify its revenue streams through new functions, from live-streaming to content e-commerce, have not been very effective.
About a third of DJI’s 200-strong team in the region was laid off or resigned last year, from offices in Palo Alto, Burbank and New York, according to three former and one current employee.
In Los Angeles, the rumour spread like wildfire through group texts and email chains: The government was testing the appointment system at a new Covid-19 vaccination site at Cal State L.A., and you could help by using a special access code to sign up for a shot.
Virtual work parties? You can’t really mingle with colleagues, or dance with them, and it’s tough to get in the disco mood in your home office. On the other hand, you can’t spread disease, you don’t have to traipse home and there’s no chance of an ill-advised amorous encounter.
JAKARTA (Reuters) - Southeast Asia technology group Sea's shopping arm Shopee has apologised over an online advertisement in Indonesia that ignited uproar on social media for mocking victims of sexual harassment and abuse.
Pinduoduo employee’s death renews controversy over China’s 996 overwork culture, sparking an investigation
News of a Pinduoduo employee’s death went viral online as netizens connected it to the Chinese tech industry’s brutal ‘996’ work schedule. The e-commerce company did not mention the employee’s long working hours, but Shanghai authorities opened an investigation into the company’s labour conditions.
Fraudsters from Albania to Vietnam are posting about US politics and the upcoming presidential election to build fake audiences, maximise clicks and make money online, Facebook Inc said on Oct 21.