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Offices are going to change

Offices are going to change

Employee health checks, an end to open-plan seating arrangements and a surge in car commuting are just some of the ways the world of work will look different after the pandemic

We want help with college loans, not 401(k)s, workers say

We want help with college loans, not 401(k)s, workers say

Two-thirds of younger employees say their companies should help them pay down their student debt, according to a recent survey

Why now is the time to sell the family business

Why now is the time to sell the family business

Unload the firm before the economy or politics take a turn.

Health insurance costs hit a record at over $20,000 per year

Health insurance costs hit a record at over $20,000 per year

As premiums and deductibles have increased over the last two decades, the pprtion of employees covered has slipped.

Business-class travel takes a leaf from the economy playbook

Business-class travel takes a leaf from the economy playbook

Airlines are starting to present business travelers with a variety of fare types and add-ons.

Employer assistance with student loan debt huge lure for millennials

Employer assistance with student loan debt huge lure for millennials

About 8% of U.S. employers offered staffers help with student loan payments in 2019, more than double the 2015 level.

New bill links 401(k) matches to student loan payments

New bill links 401(k) matches to student loan payments

Measure would allow companies to make contributions to retirement plans for employees paying down college debt.

Startup offers financing for employee stock purchase plans

Startup offers financing for employee stock purchase plans

Such plans, which enroll only about a third of eligible workers, offer the 'purest form' of arbitrage, according to startup's founder.

Help with repaying student loan? Or vacation time? These workers get a choice

Help with repaying student loan? Or vacation time? These workers get a choice

Insurer will provide cash payments toward an employees' student loans if the employee gives up five vacation days.

Learning from the woes of Sears, General Electric

Learning from the woes of Sears, General Electric

Instead of continuing to think big, both companies dismissed the competitive forces that were chipping away at their business models

Open-plan offices are making workers less social

Open-plan offices are making workers less social

Open-office designs reduce face-to-face interactions by 70%, recent studies show

An employee benefit for deeply indebted millennials

An employee benefit for deeply indebted millennials

More than 100 companies now put some money toward their employees' student loans

Gig ruling creates hurdle for employers

Gig ruling creates hurdle for employers

California Supreme Court's Dynamex decision could force other companies in the state to rethink their relationship with workers

A visit to India and the world’s largest startup

A visit to India and the world’s largest startup

Telecom Jio, one of the fastest-growing companies ever, has lessons to teach all businesses

Landlords woo office tenants with worker perks, including pig petting and naps

Landlords woo office tenants with worker perks, including pig petting and naps

30 Rock offerings also include a vast lounge and beauty treatments