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Activision Blizzard reached an agreement Monday with a US federal agency to settle claims alleging sexual harassment and gender discrimination, but the video game maker remains the target of other investigations and complaints.
Activision Blizzard, U.S. employment watchdog reach agreement in sexual harassment and discrimination case
(Reuters) - Videogame publisher Activision Blizzard and the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) said on Monday they had reached an agreement to settle claims over sexual harassment and discrimination in the company's workplace.
MILAN (Reuters) - Telecom Italia (TIM) will keep some of its offices closed as nearly 60% of the employees at Italy's biggest phone company plan to continue working from home until Dec. 31, a union document showed.
Searches for Covid-19 tests on Google are surging as the delta variant spreads in the US and more employers and large-scale events require testing.
Microsoft is rolling out its Teams virtual meeting app for use in cars, with a video-and-hands-free version, giving remote work another venue.
Virtual reality meetings, US$7,000 (RM29,115) all-in-one kits and digital hot desking: Big Tech is rolling out premium tools as the work-from-home era looks set to last well beyond the pandemic.
Microsoft Corp is scrapping plans to fully reopen offices by Oct 4, saying it can no longer give a date for returning to work because the pandemic is too unpredictable.
The veneer of certain companies that promote their “cool” atmosphere and healthy work environment is starting to flake off. There’s a name for this approach, practiced by many companies – “well-being washing” – and it’s no longer going unnoticed by employees. Even when it comes to remote working.
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(Reuters) - Business software maker Salesforce.com on Wednesday closed its $27.7 billion purchase of Slack Technologies Inc, a massive bet that Slack's workplace app will become popular for collaborations within and between companies.