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It's profoundly changed how Americans think about work and life, one sociologist says.
There are still no emergency COVID standards from OSHA for other industries like meatpacking and farming.
Companies may say it's OK for employees to work from home, but if CEOs are always in the office, that sends a different message.
Zoom beat Wall Street expectations, but the technology may evolve from replacing social life to being just a tool.
The new Care Economy Business Council is pushing for government policies around paid child care and family leave.
New census data shows more people retired last year. Their reasons and circumstances may vary widely.
Executives and workers prefer a mix of remote and in-person work, but PwC surveys find leaders favor more frequent office time.
The Labor Department blocked a Trump-era change that would've made it easier to classify gig workers as independent contractors.