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Apple TV+ just released a first look at "Severance" season 2. Star Britt Lower recently told Business Insider what to expect from the new season. download the app Email address Sign up By clicking “Sign Up”, you accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy . Advertisement"Severance" season two is on the horizon, and the scope of the sci-fi thriller's world is widening, according to one star. This story is available exclusively to Business Insider subscribers.
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What Gen Z gets wrong about work
  + stars: | 2024-06-10 | by ( Clay Routledge | ) www.businessinsider.com   time to read: +11 min
Gen Z wants to talk about mental health. In a 2023 survey of nearly 3,000 people, Gen Z was almost twice as likely as other generations to say they struggled with their mental health. Related storiesA healthy work environment is one where people feel supported and encouraged to do meaningful work — not one that fixates on their mental health. What does have a tangible impact on people's well-being at work is whether they find their work meaningful. Instead, employers should ensure their staff have access to mental-health care while building a positive culture that promotes meaningful work.
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Then, I became the head of recruiting at DoorDash and later the chief people officer at Carta, a pre-IPO equity management company for startups. My first experience with PIPs was at DoorDashDoorDash was the first place I encountered performance improvement plans or PIPs. When I joined as the head of talent in March 2015, I was the company's 50th employee. To be candid, I've never seen somebody survive a PIP. I've never heard of somebody who went on a PIP and became a top performer at that company.
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A Best Buy store stands outside of a Brooklyn mall on August 29, 2023 in New York City. Best Buy on Thursday missed Wall Street's quarterly sales expectations, but stressed higher profits and lower costs as softer demand for consumer electronics continues. Adjusting for one-time items, including restructuring charges, Best Buy reported earnings of $1.20 per share. She did not specify the number of layoffs, but said Best Buy would invest in areas that could drive growth, like artificial intelligence. Best Buy on Thursday adjusted its full-year capital expenditures forecast to an estimate of $750 million, down from as much as $800 million.
Persons: Corie Barry, Barry, Matt Bilunas Organizations: LSEG, Apple, Microsoft Locations: Brooklyn, New York City, U.S, Minneapolis
Tesla is rehiring some of the nearly 500 Supercharger staff members Musk fired in April as a cost-saving measure amid challenging times at the EV company, Bloomberg reported earlier this month. Advertisement"Desperate times call for desperate measures," Musk told CNBC's David Faber in May 2023. At Tesla, for example, Musk told his employees that he would personally approve all new hires, according to an email obtained by Business Insider. Musk is also known to have fired employees who disagreed with his decisions. Other former Twitter employees and executives have sued Musk, accusing him of unpaid severance pay.
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The defense did not call Mr. Weisselberg either, nor did Mr. Trump take the stand in his own defense. And for weeks, Mr. Weisselberg’s absence has loomed large over Mr. Trump’s case, the first criminal trial of an American president. And when Mr. Trump was sworn in as president in 2017, he entrusted Mr. Weisselberg, along with Donald Trump Jr. and Eric Trump, with running his company. Mr. Trump, Mr. Cohen told the jury, “approved” of the arrangement and knew that they would falsify records to cover it up. Over the course of their decades together, Mr. Cohen knew, Mr. Trump and Mr. Weisselberg had become more or less symbiotic.
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Advertisement"Desperate times call for desperate measures," Musk told CNBC's David Faber in May 2023. On top of Tesla and X, Musk also runs SpaceX, Neuralink, AI startup xAI, and an underground tunnel company. AdvertisementAt Tesla, Musk told his employees that he would personally approve all new hires, according to an email obtained by Business Insider. Musk is also known to have fired employees who disagreed with his decisions. AdvertisementOther former Twitter employees and executives have sued Musk, accusing him of unpaid severance pay.
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The announcement is in addition to another $4 billion cost-cutting effort, which Pfizer announced last year as demand for its Covid vaccine and oral drug Paxlovid slumped. One-time costs related to the initial stage of cuts are expected to be about $1.7 billion, including severance for an unspecified number of laid-off employees. Pfizer also expects the program to involve "product portfolio enhancements" and changes to the company's manufacturing and supply network, a spokesperson told CNBC. "The program will focus on streamlining our ways of working, reducing complexity and increasing productivity in Pfizer Global Supply," the spokesperson said in a statement. Pfizer is trying to shore up investor sentiment after its shares fell nearly 50% in 2023, making it the worst-performing pharmaceutical stock last year.
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WASHINGTON — The first Trump presidency shattered conservative economic ideology on the Republican Party's approach to free markets and tariffs. Source: AmericanCompass.org To be clear, this is not yet the dominant strain of Republican economic thinking in Washington. Cass argues that Republican economic policy has been focused on the wrong goals: lowering prices and increasing consumption. "It was absolutely black letter economic doctrine that the point of economic policy was to consume as much as possible. watch now"Spinning assets in circles creates nothing of value, and in fact creates the opposite of value," Cass said.
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Martins said that in the 12 months since his layoff, he'd been actively looking and applying for jobs but hadn't had much luck. In recent years, the rise of remote work and historically high job openings have helped more people with health issues find employment. But remote jobs aren't as common as they used to be — and there's competition to land one. AdvertisementThe share of US remote job postings on LinkedIn fell from more than 20% in April 2022 to about 10% in December 2023. AdvertisementIn part because of his upcoming move, Martins said, he'd focused his job search on remote roles.
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In the 12 months since his layoff, Martins said he's been actively looking and applying for jobs but hasn't had much luck. In recent years, the rise of remote work and historically high job openings have helped more people with health issues find employment. But remote jobs aren't as common as they used to be — and there's competition to land one. AdvertisementThe share of US remote job postings on LinkedIn fell from over 20% in April 2022 to about 10% in December 2023. But without a job, he's had to deal with some financial stresses.
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Under Armour announced a broad restructuring plan on Thursday as it said sales in its largest market, North America, plunged 10% and predicted the trend will get worse throughout its current fiscal year. The athletic apparel retailer also saw profits plunge by more than 96% during its fourth fiscal quarter, compared with the year ago period. During the quarter, sales in North America dropped 10% to $772 million, worse than the $780 million that analysts had expected, according to StreetAccount. The company said it expects sales to continue to worsen in North America. Analysts had expected earnings per share of 52 cents, according to LSEG.
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New York CNN —The Mirage Hotel and Casino on the Las Vegas Strip, and its instantly recognizable volcano, is soon shutting down after more than three decades in business. In addition to the volcano, the Mirage was also home to other quintessential Las Vegas features like the Siegfried and Roy’s white tigers show and a Cirque du Soleil show set to Beatles music. MGM Resorts bought the Mirage from Wynn in 2000 and sold it in 2022 for more than $1 billion to Hard Rock International. It’s the second time Hard Rock will have a presence in Las Vegas, with the brand previously owning the now-Virgin Hotel off the Strip. The Hard Rock said it will pay more than $80 million in severance.
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Here are the takeaways from day 15 of the Trump hush money trial:Cohen is on deckCohen is expected to take the stand Monday, putting him face-to-face with his former boss. With Cohen’s testimony implicating Trump, however, comes all of the baggage that accompanies the former president’s longtime fixer. Judge to Cohen: Please stop talkingAhead of Cohen’s expected testimony, Trump attorney Todd Blanche urged Judge Juan Merchan to order Cohen to stop talking about the trial and Trump. Video Ad Feedback Pollster: Trump's trial won't affect votes in November 03:46 - Source: CNNMerchan has already said he cannot gag witnesses in the case. Prosecutors introduce key text and call records into evidenceAfter Westerhout left the stand, prosecutors spent the rest of the day calling a series of custodial witnesses to introduce cell phone records into evidence.
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Three former students have filed suit, saying a SoCal school district failed to protect them from "rampant" sexual abuse. AdvertisementA group of sexual abuse survivors have filed suit in Los Angeles Superior Court, saying their high school district failed to protect them from predatory teachers for years. Administrators failed to properly supervise employees, the lawsuit claims, and repeatedly "ignored and concealed the sexual abuse of minor students." "It's about protecting the interests of the school district over protecting children." After leaving a job as PE teacher in the Lake Washington School District outside of Seattle, Scott Nelson was coaching basketball in the Issaquah school district.
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The US economy may already be mired in recession, Danielle DiMartino Booth told Bloomberg TV. Downside labor revisions and rising job losses indicate a downturn has hit, the QI Research CEO said. AdvertisementThe US is already mired in recessionary downturn, and rising job losses prove it, veteran forecaster Danielle DiMartino Booth told Bloomberg TV. AdvertisementBy that standard, the rule was triggered in October of last year, according to recently published labor revisions through the third quarter of 2023, indicating job losses of 192,000. Other analysts have also projected rising recession risk, hand-in-hand with a labor market fallout.
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Read previewThe labor union representing Condé Nast employees reached a tentative agreement with the company, hours before the union was set to strike ahead of one of fashion's biggest events of the year, the Anna Wintour-cohosted Met Gala. AdvertisementThe win is bittersweet for some union members. Union members who spoke with Business Insider expressed relief and elation over the contract achievement and resulting employment benefits at Condé Nast, historically known for its low starting pay. Related stories"There's just not going to be any more, 'You're going to make 30 grand a year and work your fingers to the bone,'" said one Condé Nast staffer. "I'm definitely thinking about layoffs," a second Condé Nast staffer said.
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Unintentionally, they sat on the living room couch in order of age from left to right: Sam, Ben, Charlie. Sam and Charlie both had chocolatey brown hair like Rich and chestnut eyes while Ben was all vanilla with blond hair and light blue eyes. Our kids had a hard time understanding what had happened"So, wait, wait, Dad was fired?" "I just mean the group I was part of decided that they don't need as many people anymore," Rich said. Sam and Ben dashed to the kitchen with Charlie on their heels, ever the little brother.
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download the appSign up to get the inside scoop on today’s biggest stories in markets, tech, and business — delivered daily. Read previewFisker warned employees on Monday that they could be laid off in two month and the company's facility could close if the company is unable to course correct. The company told staff it was bringing in a restructuring officer last week, according to a previous email viewed by BI. AdvertisementThree current employees told BI that everyone they had spoken to at Fisker said they had received the notice. Should this possibility materialize, the Company has an obligation to provide "conditional notice" that employees — including yourself — will be terminated on June 28, 2024.
Persons: , Fisker, John DiDonato Organizations: Service, Business, BI, Worker, Fisker, Inc, Company Locations: Manhattan Beach , California, La Palma , California, Munich, Vienna, ____________
Elon Musk is going hardcore again
  + stars: | 2024-04-30 | by ( Ana Altchek | ) www.businessinsider.com   time to read: +3 min
Elon Musk said Tesla needs to be "absolutely hard core about headcount," The Information reported. download the app Email address Sign up By clicking “Sign Up”, you accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy . AdvertisementElon Musk wants there to be no doubt that Tesla needs to be "hardcore." This isn't the first time Musk has sent a threatening late-night email to his employees or talked about the importance of a "hardcore" culture. AdvertisementThe latest cuts at Tesla arrive weeks after Musk announced Tesla layoffs that would impact more than 10% of its workforce.
Persons: Elon Musk, Tesla, Musk, , Rebecca Tinucci, Daniel Ho, Tinucci Organizations: Service, Twitter, EVs
Volkswagen’s electric car orders double in Europe
  + stars: | 2024-04-30 | by ( Hanna Ziady | ) edition.cnn.com   time to read: +3 min
London CNN —Volkswagen’s orders for electric vehicles shot up in Europe in the first quarter of 2024 compared with a year ago, countering suggestions that drivers may be losing interest in EVs. New orders for electric cars more than doubled in Europe, Volkswagen said in an earnings statement Tuesday. He acknowledged, however, that the pace of EV sales growth in Europe and the United States had been slower than the German carmaker had originally anticipated. As for Volkswagen’s EV deliveries, they declined 16% in Europe in the first quarter compared with the same period in 2023. “With these actions and our highly profitable combustion engine car business, we are well-prepared to continue to play a leading role in China,” Antlitz said.
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Elon Musk had a strange way of phrasing a job offer to a former Twitter exec. Beykpour said Musk asked if he wanted to "swipe right" and "hang out and work on the product." During one of their conversations, Musk asked if Beykpour would be interested in continuing to work on product at Twitter. Musk asked Beykpour to "swipe right on whether you want to be here," the Periscope cofounder said. He used the swipe right, swipe left Tinder metaphor and I thought that was kind of hilarious coming from him," Beykpour said.
Persons: Elon Musk, Kayvon Beykpour, Musk's, Beykpour, Musk, , Parag Agrawal, Elon Musk's, Getty, Noam Galai Beykpour, Walter Isaacson, Isaacson, Elon, I'm, I've Organizations: Twitter, Service Locations: Elon
Even the human-resources firm retained to help employees with offboarding, Tandem, quit soon after the layoffs because it never got paid. Shannon Flynn Bevers, Tandem's president and founder, said that she tried to help employees but that Johnson stopped responding. "When startups go out of business, they will pay employees their final paycheck. Johnson told employees to take a weeklong furlough and blamed the issue on a technical snafu. She also told employees they could file a claim with their state labor department or hire an employment lawyer.
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The influencer-marketing platform Grin has laid off "many" staffers — in the company's third round of layoffs in recent months — a spokesperson confirmed to Business Insider. As the company grew, "a distance also grew" between the platform and its customers, the Grin spokesperson said in a statement. First, in November 2022, the company laid off 60 staffers, mostly in Grin's sales department, the company confirmed to BI at the time. Then, in March 2023, the company laid off several staffers across multiple departments, sources close to the company told Business Insider. The impacted staffers in this latest round of cuts will receive a three-month severance package and extended healthcare benefits, the Grin spokesperson said.
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Read previewOver the past three decades, I've witnessed various approaches to performance-improvement plans (PIPs) as an HR executive across five different industries and three countries. Once the PIP process begins, this fracture in trust is seldom repaired. AdvertisementA better approach involves choiceFrom 1998 to 2004, I was an HR executive at Cisco Systems, where I encountered a novel approach to the traditional PIP process. Prior to my arrival, Cisco had recognized that something was broken in the PIP process. Looking at the data and listening to employees, the HR team developed a new approach that involved choice.
Persons: , I've, Steve Cadigan Organizations: Service, Business, underperformance, Cisco Systems, Cisco
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