Good maternity package? Fun office environment? Nightmare CEO? Every month, 22 million people use Glassdoor to search for job listings or post reviews about working at a company. With this info at their fingertips and greater expectations of employers, how are job seekers now seeking jobs?
Beautiful craftsmanship and fine fabrics aren't cheap, especially given the 800% markup between factory and shop floor. But now that US start-up Everlane is cutting the middle man to make ethical premium clothing affordable, its ‘radical transparency’ could really shake things up.
The pursuit of happiness within the workplace has always been important - and as Millennials join the workforce, they're vocalising it more than ever. So how can a company make things work for current employees and ensure they’re appealing to today's many jobseekers too?
Freelancing is fast becoming the new normal, with 53 million Americans now working this way. Journalism has been particularly affected by this shift, but many writers still have problems getting paid by publishers. Can Pressland help civilise the industry by increasing transparency?
It's no secret that retailers mark up their products by eight or ten times what it costs to produce them. But very few challenge the status quo. Following the lead of clothing brand Everlane, Ettitude is a homeware company that pulls back the curtain on its entire production cycle.