Tesla and Netflix declined to comment. Slack said it was "undertaking a careful review" of its policies.
Despite Changes To Sexual Misconduct Policies, Google Walkout Organizers Say There’s More To Be Done
Google has conceded to some, but not all, demands by employees, some of whom called executives' responses "tone deaf" following an all-staff meeting on Thursday.
“I work on an Android app geared toward getting kids interested in STEM and I feel like I’m leading young boys and girls to the slaughter. Why would you want to go into tech if it’s like this?"
Google employees around the world coordinated a walkout to protest the company's handling of sexual misconduct in the workplace.
The ride-hail company will cover 100% of tuition for online courses at Arizona State University for its top drivers and their immediate family members.
Google Engineers Are Organizing A Walkout To Protest The Company’s Protection Of An Alleged Sexual Harasser
In a new email, Google CEO Sundar Pichai told employees that he supports the planned "women's walk" to protest issues of sexual misconduct at the company.
The search for Amazon’s next headquarters has finally come to an end — and it’s officially a tie.
“We just wanted to come in and hand a petition and go away,” the driver told BuzzFeed News.
The new wage applies to more than 250,000 Amazon and Whole Foods employees as well as the more than 100,000 temporary employees it will hire for the upcoming holiday season.
The Securities and Exchange Commission is suing Musk over “false and misleading public statements” regarding the possibility of taking Tesla private.
“Can’t spell ‘unicorn’ without ‘UNION,’ man.”
“If it was true, I was pretty sure immediately I couldn’t continue working there,” one former Google employee told BuzzFeed News.
“Work hard. Have fun. Make history.”
The city of San Francisco has awarded permits to just two scooter companies, Scoot and Skip.
Already dealing with backlash from employees who object to working with government agencies, major tech companies are now facing criticism from a new source — prospective hires.
Iowa-based West Liberty Foods is suing Blue Apron, claiming the company reneged on its promise to pay for half of the costs pertaining to a joint free-range chicken venture.
Google executives abruptly changed the topic at an all-hands meeting when it became apparent some employees were sharing information with the press.
Here’s What The DEA Said About Allegations Tesla Hid An Investigation Into Meth Trafficking At Its Gigafactory
The Drug Enforcement Administration says it doesn’t inform the subjects of investigations that they’re being investigated.
Following a series of crises at Google, disparate worker organizing efforts within the company are coalescing, part of a growing workers’ movement in the tech industry.
When tech companies including Uber, Airbnb, DoorDash, and Bird end up in hot water with local regulators, they turn to their customers to bail them out.