Rent the Runway CEO Jennifer Hyman discusses her experience with the growing problem of sexism and sexual harassment in the tech industry and what can be done to solve the issue.
Freelance is booming, but many business owners won't hire freelance workers. That may be a costly mistake.
In addition to a CEO and chief operating officer, Uber needs executives in charge of business, finance, communications, engineering and self-driving cars.
Gurley was reportedly instrumental in the resignation of CEO Travis Kalanick this week.
Judy Marks, Siemens USA CEO, discusses how the company's apprenticeship program works, which pays for tuition and guarantees jobs in the industry. Advance manufacturing takes more than a high school diploma now, says Marks.
"Absolutely, their engineers are getting calls," one human resources expert told CNBC.
"[I]f we are going to work on Uber 2.0, I also need to work on Travis 2.0 to become the leader that this company needs and that you deserve."
Former Uber engineer Susan Fowler alleged the company failed to act on sexual harassment and gender discrimination complaints.
Uber announced this week it had hired two women to join the leadership team.
More than 20 employees have been fired from Uber after a sexual harassment investigation.
"How do you manage a workforce whose compensation is largely stock-driven, if the stock comes down to earth?" Brian Wieser asks.
French presidential finalists Emmanuel Macron and Marine Le Pen should put labour reforms front and centre of their election campaigns, says Randstad.
This software-based process will supplement the bank's annual review process with more frequently occurring check-ins, the company said.
Lee Quane, ECA International, explains why Singapore tops the firm's liveable cities rankings.
Shelly Palmer, Palmer Advanced Media CEO, and Jon Brod, Confide co-founder & president and former AOL Ventures co-founder, discuss Alphabet's response to claims from the Department of Labor that the tech giant is underpaying female employees.
Kara Swisher, Recode executive editor, discusses her open letter to "tech bros" and that some Silicon Valley companies like Uber and Yahoo are suffering from systemic issues, not PR problems.
Dan Roth, LinkedIn executive editor, breaks down the latest data on jobs and reveals the top and worst industries for hiring.
Alicia Yi, MD at Korn Ferry, says greater awareness and regulatory shifts can be made to keep companies focused on gender equality.
The pay gap between men and women is likely to persist, as some business leaders do not see it as an issue, according to a survey.
Rippling helps start-ups with staff onboarding, The Wall Street Journal reported.