The genre offers a belief system that helps workers through their days, in spite of its spiritual vacuousness.
An easy, ultimately lacking, way to talk about the messy reality of inequality, discrimination, and corporate culture in America
What if computer systems were designed so that desk workers could collaborate, regardless of their employer, their location, or the time of day?
In today's always-on workplace, employees crave any app that promises a chance at regaining control over their time.
A pervasive cultural norm of work devotion leaves many employees with little time for family, friends, or sleep.
Most workplaces reward aggressive behavior, but nobody thrives without a support team—whether it be family or assistants—somewhere in the wings.
From condescending bosses to the perceived illegitimacy of catering and cleaning jobs, a notion of the workplace conceived nearly 100 years ago still influences how Americans interact with their superiors.
Words such as “job,” “employment,” and “work” fail to capture what is happening in today’s labor market.
Tools like body cameras for police officers can be only as effective at reducing inequalities in law enforcement as the humans using them.