Over the weekend, the New York Times published a lengthy article based on interviews with current and former (mostly former) Amazon employees about the company’s employment practices. They concluded that for most employees, the pace of work and atmosphere were unbearable, allowing employees no personal lives, encouraging snitching and paranoia, and working employees impossibly hard before spitting most of them out a couple of years later. [More]
Visions of one day strolling the Google breakroom dance inside the brains of business students. A worldwide survey found that Google topped the list of most attractive workplaces, leading an uptick of tech companies, including Apple, that are edging out traditional businesses.