Apple fires employee who raised awareness of workplace misconduct allegations at the company
Apple fired an employee Thursday who was critical of the company's handling of workplace misconduct allegations.
When a Minivan Is a Music Machine, and the Return of Chucky: The Week in Narrated Articles
Five articles from around The Times, narrated just for you.
This weekend, listen to a collection of narrated articles from around The New York Times, read aloud by the reporters who wrote them.
Goodbye To Goodreads
I still remember a one-star review my first novel got on Goodreads. It simply said, "The problem with this book is that it's bad."
At least I think that's what it said.
Almost half of Black employees 'have left job due to lack of diversity'
Four in ten (42 per cent) Black employees have resigned from their job citing a lack of workplace diversity and inclusion compared with just 26 per cent white staff members, new research has suggested.
Research: Women Leaders Took on Even More Invisible Work During the Pandemic
The events of the last year and a half have put intense pressure on companies to do more to support employees and act on diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI).
Perspective | The pandemic made things even worse for working women over 40
Covid made things much harder for a lot of workers, but it has been financially devastating for many older women.
Black history Tube map launched by Transport for London
A Tube map celebrating the contribution black people have made to British life throughout history has been released by Transport for London ( TfL).
I Smashed My Anger Into Oblivion at San Francisco's New Rage Room
It turns out that breaking things is incredibly cathartic
New London Underground map celebrates Black History in London
TfL has added to the roster of themed tube maps with one that marks both Black History Month and the 40th anniversary of Black Cultural Archives in Brixton, which celebrates the histories of people of African and Caribbean descent in the UK.
Ilhan Omar, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Give Biden Deadline on Student Debt Cancelation Memo
After months of silence on student loan forgiveness from the White House, progressive lawmakers, led by Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-Minnesota), have written a letter giving President Joe Biden a two-week deadline to release a memo on student debt cancelation.