Workplace culture has changed immensely since the start of the pandemic, in large part because that "place" is no longer the office; it's our homes. Meetings are mostly virtual. Business travel dried up. Instead of rubbing elbows with co-workers and clients, we're hanging with the kids, spouses, roommates, pets. It's been a huge adjustment.
And it's still shaking out. Staffing shortages continue to undermine economic recovery. People are jumping ship to jobs that offer something more, or they're opting out of the workforce completely, whether for an extended hiatus or for outright retirement. CNET's Ian Sherr takes a look at what's widely known as the "great resignation," while he and Erin Carson also zoom in on millennials and their workplace state of mind.
Those stories are among the many in-depth features and thought-provoking commentaries that appeared on CNET this week. So here you go. These are the stories you don't want to miss.