Corporate culture gets a bashing on TikTok as workers air their grievances to billions. Speaking of dissatisfaction, Gen Zers are being offered the most open jobs in history, but they aren’t the jobs they want. CEOs are taking centre stage this week as Elon Musk addresses the Twitter workforce for the first time, Tim Cook teases a ground-breaking experiment, and others warn of a recession.
What else matters this week?
Microsoft has lifted a ban on employees pursuing roles with competitors and committed to advertising salaries on job ads.
Rising prices have seen UK pay drop at the fastest rate in a decade.
Sri Lanka is trialling a four-day work week to alleviate crippling fuel and food shortages.
We’ve got a full breakdown of all the top headlines you can’t miss this week.
#1. Employees vent about work on TikTok
Workers are poking fun at their day jobs and pushing for change on social media.
Videos often incorporate witty observations and humorous prods at relatable experiences of corporate culture set to trending audio. The #worktok tag has proved popular, with over half a billion views.
But there’s more to #worktok than funny videos. Many creators believe it’s part of a broader referendum on the state of work.
Read more at BBC Worklife.