Today’s must-read essay comes from Alana Semuels, at The Atlantic.
I worked at the clothing store Express for the summers of 2007, 2008, and 2009.
It wasn’t until I was hired that I learned wearing a corset and skirt was mandatory during my shift, and I had to buy them myself.
Alison Green (of Ask A Manager) explains how bad jobs can distort our sense of what the workplace should be like.
It comes with an unexpectedly exploitable set of economic incentives.
I don’t know about you, but I was not pleased with yesterday’s Supreme Court decision regarding workers’ rights to class action lawsuits.
If I didn’t take the food now, the leftovers would eventually find their way into the trash. Why not stock up?
After taking a week to do a comprehensive analysis of my previous jobs and accomplishments, I can knock out a custom resume for any position that interests me in 30 minutes or less.
One CEO is hoping his employees’ noob gains will carry over into their productivity.