Tagged With Tech Workers

More than 650 tech workers at The New York Times have formed a union to fight for more diversity, pay equity, and job security


Austin's most expensive home, a 9-acre lakefront estate, just sold to an unknown buyer as tech workers rush to the Texas city


An unused Carnival cruise ship could soon become a floating office where techies, YouTube influencers, and 'digital nomads' can live and work remotely



Silicon Valley's workforce is feeling more burned out than before the pandemic, with nearly 70% reporting work-home-home exhaustion


Amazon, Apple, Facebook, and Google employees have reportedly shelled out $4.8 million to support Joe Biden since 2019 — and $240,000 for President Trump


What Twitter is doing to help employees keep working from home forever, from inventing to new lingo to using hand signals on video calls



Free childcare, flexible schedules, and months of paid leave: How Silicon Valley is switching up lavish in-office perks to benefit parents working from home


Google's CEO says the future of work involves a 'hybrid model' and the company is already reconfiguring its offices for employee 'on-sites'


The 10 most desirable tech companies to work for in 2020, according to Silicon Valley tech workers


Google is planning to add new 'hub' offices to provide flexibility for employees, and experts say these networks of satellite offices are the future in Silicon Valley


Facebook is hiring a director of remote work as it plans for a more permanent shift to working from home


Stripe is reportedly cutting pay for employees who leave Seattle, New York, or the Bay Area, but will also provide a $20,000 incentive to move



Tech companies are starting to let their employees work from anywhere — as long as they take a lower salary


Twitter is trying to sublease parts of its San Francisco headquarters after telling employees they can work from home forever


Amazon is investing $1.4 billion to expand into 6 cities outside of Seattle, and it may be a sign that tech companies are reconsidering the future of the office


San Francisco's mass exodus: Twice as many homes are for sale compared to last year as people look to leave the city



Jack Dorsey said Twitter already wanted to 'decentralize' its offices before the coronavirus hit because 'no one wants to move to San Francisco anymore'


Silicon Valley's open offices are probably over, thanks to the coronavirus — but they were always bad for employees anyway


14 tech organisers and labour experts share their ideas for re-empowering American workers


More than 40% of Bay Area tech workers would leave the area for somewhere less expensive if they were asked to work from home forever, a new survey found