‘We need to keep talking about how we’re feeling’: the NHS staff who became social media stars | Coronavirus- Tempemail

Dawn Bilbrough, 52, critical care nurse from York, works in Leeds Midway through the afternoon on Thursday 19 March, Dawn Bilbrough, a critical care nurse of 20 years, was on her way home after four punishing days of 12-hour shifts. Stopping to get fresh food at the supermarket, she found Continue Reading

Dyson staff express concern over return to workplace order | Dyson Ltd

Engineers working at Dyson have raised concerns with management that they are being forced to return to their workplaces for the second time during an English lockdown, even when they feel they are able to carry out their work from home. Dyson, which is owned by Britain’s richest person, Sir Continue Reading

BBC boss says staff can attend Pride marches in ‘non-politicised’ way | BBC- Tempemail

The BBC’s director general, Tim Davie, has told journalists they will still be allowed to attend LGBT Pride marches, providing they remain celebratory and individuals aren’t seen to be taking a stand on any “politicised or contested issues”. On Thursday, the corporation introduced new rules designed to improve the public Continue Reading

Rebels within: the Facebook staff openly challenging Zuckerberg | Technology

At the beginning of last month, a Facebook software engineer, Ashok Chandwaney, resigned and published a blistering public letter, excoriating the company for its failure to tackle hate. “Facebook is choosing to be on the wrong side of history,” warned Chandwaney in the letter, which was posted on the company’s Continue Reading

Shirking from home? Staff feel the heat as bosses ramp up remote surveillance | World news

For many, one of the silver linings of lockdown was the shift to remote working: a chance to avoid the crushing commute, supermarket meal deals and an overbearing boss breathing down your neck. But as the Covid crisis continues, and more and more employers postpone or cancel plans for a Continue Reading

BBC boss Tim Davie to crack down on staff posting views on social media | Media- Tempemail

Tim Davie is to crack down on staff posting their views on social media in a drive to restore the view of the BBC as impartial, and raised the question of a cutting the corporation’s programming budget by up to a fifth.  The BBC’s new director general said the corporation Continue Reading

Games firm Rocksteady accused of inaction over staff harassment | World news

More than half of the women employed at the London-based video game developer Rocksteady two years ago signed a letter to bosses accusing the studio of failing to prevent sexual harassment and inappropriate behaviour in the office, the Guardian can reveal. The letter, dated November 2018 and signed by 10 Continue Reading

Australia Post road tests its transformation scope with staff first – Cloud – Software – Projects- Tempemail

Australia Post used SAP Qualtrics to source ideas and scope internal sentiment towards its current business transformation. Executive general manager for transformation and enablement, John Cox, told SAP’s HR Connect conference that AusPost is also using Qualtrics to manage employee fatigue after a challenging first half of the year. Cox Continue Reading

Amazon plans to retain 900 staff from self-driving car startup Zoox – Finance- Tempemail

Amazon plans to create at least US$100 million in stock awards to retain the 900-plus employees of Zoox, the self-driving car startup it offered to buy last month, and can walk away from the deal if large numbers of them turn down job offers from the technology giant. Amazon, which Continue Reading