From Aeon

Like today’s social networks, where work and social life are increasingly mixed, the workplace becomes not an exception to workers’ personal tastes, but another expression of it. READ MORE

From Multibriefs

Approximately 34 percent of the U.S. workforce — or 53 million Americans — earn a living working as freelancers, according to the "Freelancing in America: A National Survey of the New Workforce" report. Despite this huge number, freelance workers are still not protected by law. However, all of this is set to change as the Freelance Isn't Free Act (FIFA) takes effect in New York City. Employers and freelancers need to understand the extent of the law before they are affected by it. READ MORE

From World Economic Forum

Artificial intelligence and increasing automation is going to decimate middle class jobs, worsening inequality and risking significant political upheaval, Stephen Hawking has warned. READ MORE

From The Business Journals

"Salary can be a sensitive topic to discuss at work, and it can be hard to find reliable and up-to-date information on the web," the company said in a recent blog post announcing the new feature. "With LinkedIn Salary, we’ve tapped into our network of more than 460+ million members to provide deep insights into the compensation landscape. Read More

From Fast Company

If you're trying to innovate by focusing on customer traits, you're doing it wrong. Read More

From Human Resources Executive Online

New research finds many employers responding to the new DOL overtime rules by cutting flexible work options. What must HR consider while implementing and communicating such changes? Read More

From TechCrunch

A new mindset is taking shape — the era of AI-human hybrid intelligence. This combination of a human brain and a computer intelligence is known as a centaur, and the applications for the centaur model in the workplace are potentially endless. Read More

From Forbes

The geographically distributed future of work raises questions about how, and even whether, employers should invest in their remote employees.  Read More

The U.S. Department of Labor's Wage and Hour Division recently disclosed the details of its final revised regulations relating to certain "white collar" salary exemptions under the federal Fair Labor Standards Act. Read More

From World Economic Forum

Workers who successfully combine mathematical and interpersonal skills in the knowledge-based economies of the future should find many rewarding and lucrative opportunities. Read More

From Harvard Business Review

There’s significant potential in developing what is innately right with people versus trying to fix what’s wrong with them. Read More

From the Chicago Tribune

In boardrooms across the nation, "reverse mentoring" is taking root as baby boomer leaders seek out millennials to help them understand the latest in technology, social media and the fast-changing marketplace. Read More

From the Chicago Tribune

Before veteran workers depart, it's crucial they pass along not just a rough outline of how they do their jobs or a filing cabinet stuffed with old manuals and reports but some of the deeper knowledge gained from years of experience. Read More

From Fast Company Magazine

Over the next decade, the country will experience a labor shortage that will disproportionately affect some industries and professions. Read More

From Work That Matters

Getting rid of an annoying process is only half the battle. Read More

From Work XO

Senior management teams are sort of like people: no two are exactly alike, though they share a lot of common characteristics. Read More

From Officevibe

The perfect hire is someone who is excited about your company’s goals – the kind of person that will go the extra mile when it’s required. Not the person who will complain when the have to work the occasional Saturday to get a project over the line. Read More

From Forbes

So what’s the harm in prepping kids for college? Won’t all students benefit from a high-level, four-year academic degree program? As it turns out, not really. Read More

From CNN

Do millennials lack grit because our culture devalues a work ethic? Read more

From World Economic Forum

Today’s college graduates tend to be highly trained and employable, but researchers say they often lack a key skill needed for post-college life: how to identify and ask their own questions. Click here to read more