A new survey reveals that Gen Z workers are more worried about the potential threat artificial intelligence (AI) presents to their jobs than Gen X.
Nearly 60% of companies currently mandate or encourage more time in-office for employees, according to the 2024 VTS Global Workplace Report.
Top complaints about public restrooms are clogged or unflushed toilets; an old, dirty or unkempt appearance; and unpleasant smells, according to the latest Healthy Handwashing Survey.
Almost half of American workers would consider a pay cut to work for an employer with a better safety culture, reveals 2024 Workplace Safety Culture Report from DuraPlas.
Three-quarters of U.S. corporate workers eat lunch at their desks. Despite what memes might indicate, they're not sad about it.
Demand for green skills is outstripping supply as employers work to recruit, retain qualified talent to achieve their sustainability targets.
Remote work protects an estimated 62 hours' worth of work that in-office teams lose due to daily interruptions each year, finds Hubstaff.
Both leaders and employees have a lack of trust when it comes to the responsible development and deployment of artificial intelligence.
A new National Safety Council report shows majority of companies surveyed have strong safety cultures, but more focus needed on musculoskeletal disorder risk reduction and innovation.
Retail workers report that petty theft , grab-and-run incidents, and hostile customer interactions have increased in their stores over the past year.
New healthcare workplace safety report raises concern over proper medical waste management and safety within healthcare organizations.
Ahead of the holidays, a new study from Fellowes highlights the top considerations hotel guests have when selecting accommodations.
As return-to-office mandates gain momentum, new research from Eptura highlights the need for data-based decisions.
Despite growth in corporate ESG programs and availability of technologies for assessing risk, Sphera's Process Safety Report 2023 reveals a considerable gap between safety intent and achievement.
A new report reveals growing frustration around low meeting engagement: Business leaders state that participants do not speak up, engage, or provide input enough during meetings.
Info-Tech Research Group’s Tech Trends 2024 report reveals how organizations will approach AI, spatial computing, security, digital sovereignty, and more over the coming year.
A TAL Global poll asks: “If an assailant entered your building or office, which of the following do you believe you would do first?”
More diverse work styles have impacted employee productivity, satisfaction, and customer experience, according to new Omdia - Future of Work study.
Only 29% of workers describe their workplace air as very clean, according to a survey for the International Day Of Clean Air.
According to a recent IBI report, 47% of employees will quit if their employer orders them to return to the office full time.