You never know where updates will lead
Even if you don't tweet for a company, you'll want to learn from U.S. Airways' major Twitter gaffe. Read More »
PwC grabs the gold for second year running
Celebrate Tax Day with Vault.com's fifth annual Accounting 50, which breaks down the best employers in the finance industry--led again this year by PwC. Read More »
This is in England, by the way.
A London salon manager was visited by two North Korean officials, who demanded he remove a promotional poster making fun of Kim Jong-un. Read More »
Know that you will be OK.
Breaking down the things do in the days following your firing to get back on track, including maintaining your schedule and handling expenses. Read More »
Surprise! The CEOs make more!
We match the salaries of some of the world's highest-paid CEOs with those of average employees. The results highlight some truly gaping wage disparities. Read More »
In 21 states discrimination against smokers is legal
While many states ban discrimination against smokers, 21 states still permit employers to invade employee privacy. What are your rights in your state? Read More »
Highest-paying cities are clustered in two coastal areas
Want a higher-paying job? Consider relocating to east or west coasts. Here are the best-paid cities with the most opportunity by occupation. Read More »
It depends on your boss
It's not always obvious how to communicate important information if you never see your boss in person. Read More »
The one restaurant that Gordon Ramsay walked away from
Amy and Samy Bouzaglo became infamous for their restaurant antics and abuse of customers and employees. They came back angry as ever and ready to show it. Read More »
Urine for a treat!
We round up the week's five craziest stories (here in video form), from illegally operating dentists to employees who are literally pissed-off. Read More »
Your Type A tendencies could lead to a bright future
Are you extremely organized? Here are six careers that could suit you to a T. Read More »
New agreement asserts the right to disconnect from work
A new agreement protects workers' rights to unplug after hours. And it's not just the French who want their leisure hours protected from the always-on lifestyle.
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Country says "Non!" to after hours work
French workers in the IT sector won't have to worry about their bosses bugging them after 6pm, as a new Trade Union deal bans after-hours emails. Read More »
A Bronxville, NY man is suing a hospital and doctor over a 2013 appendectomy. Allegedly they didn't remove the appendix and he needed a second surgery. Read More »
A California woman is threatening Subway with legal action after an employee wrote the words "big mama" on the box containing her order. Read More »
Be prepared or suffer the consequences
How to master your next interview with expert advice and tips from around the web Read More »
Companies want workers with high emotional intelligence
Interpersonal skills, people skills, emotional intelligence quotient; use whatever fancy lingo you'd like. New research shows employers covet these traits. Read More »
Tackle these difficult work situations one step at a time
Detailed and practical advice for some of the most common situations jobseekers and unhappy workers find themselves in. Read More »
The city gets a new social network
San Francisco office workers who have some time on their hands have been swapping messages and art by putting Post-it notes in their windows to communicate. Read More »
You've been warned: A bad boss may turn you into a bad employee.
Working for a bad boss can impact you in ways you might not have thought about. Here are five of those less obvious dangers. Read More »