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Number Crunch

Is WFH a paradigm shift, or a simple carryover from the pandemic?


Why Europe doesn’t produce innovative new companies

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Companies that can’t offer Black workers money, security, and positions in leadership should expect to lose their talent

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Your company is not apolitical, no matter what your CEO says

Here is a live shot of an office with no politics in it whatsoever. Photo: Raj Rana/Unsplash


Everyday Design Icons

Why the symbol of corporate creativity will survive the remote-work era

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Number Crunch

A global study conducted by Microsoft’s Work Trend Index found that 41% of respondents were considering leaving their jobs


Comment of the Week

Readers weigh in on the great WFH experiment, a year into the pandemic

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An exploration of the office, work culture, identity, bias, navigating your career—and more

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“Index by Marker” in a white logo design on a navy blue background with a pattern of bifurcated blue circles going across the image.


Number Crunch

Some of these interns sure look a lot like employees

Number Crunch logo next to a giant dollar sign and below the text “43%: Share of internships at for-profit companies that are unpaid Source: Washington Post”
Number Crunch logo next to a giant dollar sign and below the text “43%: Share of internships at for-profit companies that are unpaid Source: Washington Post”


Number Crunch

Employers are hoping FOMO gets you to come in, too

An illustration with the Number Crunch logo next to an outline of 3 commercial buildings. The illustration appears next to the text “25%: The approximate share of white-collar workers in the U.S. that have resumed going to the office Source: The New York Times”
An illustration with the Number Crunch logo next to an outline of 3 commercial buildings. The illustration appears next to the text “25%: The approximate share of white-collar workers in the U.S. that have resumed going to the office Source: The New York Times”

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