Chocolate Factory hit with ex-Googlers’ revised pay-gap complaint The class-action lawsuit accusing Google of deliberately paying women less than men has been revised and brought back to a US court. Attorneys representing women who worked at the American ad giant as engineers, software managers, program managers, sales staff, and earlyRead More →

Work from home or freelancing looks to be a great idea. Isn’t it? Many people think that working from home for any business, online job, or freelancing gives them more space and freedom. Definitely, it does. It has many advantages I’m going to discuss later, however, one must not disregardRead More →

Zoe Staines, Queensland University of Technology As 2018 approaches, the government has failed to meet its deadline for halving the gap in employment between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians. This gap is still wide, and is growing, particularly in remote areas. The Council of Australian Governments agreed to this goal inRead More →

A Wall Street analyst has predicted that up to 10,000 jobs may be lost as a result of Disney’s pending buyout of 21st Century Fox. As detailed in the Hollywood Reporter, there are widespread expectations of “cost-savings” following the buyout in the realm of $2 billion, owing mostly to the factRead More →

IBM asks remaining staff to take career advice from HR-bot ‘Myca’ has staff eating cognitive dog food, which may taste better than prevailing bitterness By Simon Sharwood, APAC Editor IBM staff are being asked to eat the company’s dogfood in the form of an AI-infused career advice chatbot named “Myca”.Read More →