Huffington Post As the Innovation Team wraps up its first round of projects, and looks ahead to its next task — building a modern municipal workforce prepared to adapt to a 21st century economy — I’m again reminded that Los Angeles is a city where anything is possible. We have the powerful opportunity to continue to evolve our City government into a place that delivers value to residents daily and innovates in every corner it can.
GeekWire As part of its own efforts to advance the cause of equal pay among men and women, Seattle-based Zillow Group announced today that it is the among the latest group of businesses to sign the Equal Pay Pledge, an initiative of President Obama’s White House administration.
CBS The chief executive of Glassdoor, a job and recruiting website, says choosing where to work is one of life's most important decisions. It's based on more than two million company reviews. Employees rated things like benefits, pay and work-life balance. First on "CBS This Morning, Glassdoor CEO and co-founder Robert Hohman reveals the companies that are at top of the list.
Glassdoor Glassdoor is partnering with Thrive Global—Arianna Huffington’s new and groundbreaking venture to lower stress and burnout, and enhance well-being and productivity—to showcase employers who prioritize a thriving workplace.
MIT News A team led by Ludwig MIT scientist Frank Gertler has identified a new biomarker that can reveal whether patients with a particularly aggressive type of breast cancer will be helped by paclitaxel (Taxol), one of the drugs most commonly used to treat this cancer. The findings, published in Molecular Cancer Therapeutics, could offer doctors a new way to choose drugs for this type of breast cancer, known as triple-negative because it lacks the three most common breast cancer markers: estrogen receptor, progesterone receptor, and Her2 protein.