There is a significant gap between what employees want and what employers provide. This is affecting multiple industries, including the tech industry.

This point has certainly been driven home in the number of workers who have left their jobs for greener pastures recently, or are making plans to leave their jobs or the workforce entirely, in the coming months.

In This #WorkLife Weekly News Round Up, we see what’s making the headlines in business and tech and highlight the ever-changing landscape of work and the people who do it.

Elon Musk’s First Day On The Job

While the world is still wondering out loud how they would spend $44 Billion, Twitter’s newest owner is back to doing what he does best, sharing his most random thoughts on the platform.

Elon Musk is back to trolling and putting fear into the hearts of legacy companies around the globe….

Elon Musk, by all appearances, is having a great first day on the job. He’s back to doing what he does best on the platform, and exercising plenty of the free speech his purchase is committed to providing for all users.

While Elon has the crowd going crazy, others have their doubts the deal will even go through.

And Elon’s relishing all of it.


The gap between what employees want and what employers provide is widening, and it’s affecting multiple industries.

Dan Harrison, fast company

How Are Companies Preparing For the Workplace Evolution?

Companies are feeling the impact of labor shortages and challenges in hiring and recruiting efforts.

During a virtual event hosted by Fortune in January, Bank of America CEO Brian Moynihan stated he believes the difficulty in finding workers won’t be fixed anytime soon.

Remote & Hybrid Work Options Gaining Ground

Employees are demanding more flexibility in the workplace, and it’s impacting the way they work.

Remote working has been a popular trend in recent years, with companies like Google, Microsoft and Yahoo! leading the way.

The Great Reshuffling has been an awakening of sorts for employees around the world. An opportunity for workers to reassess their daily contribution and what they are now seeing as their inherent value.

In and out of the workplace.

Airbnb’s new work policy seems to get that.

There has been a lot of talk about remote working and how it could be the future of work. Remote workers can be considered more productive, but it’s not all good news.

Apple employees are not feeling the love.

As the deadline looms for the 3 day office return, employees of the tech giant are showing signs of discontent at what some perceive is a lack of flexibility.

In a letter to Apple executives employees expressed frustration at the required 3 Day In Office policy.

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