JPMorgan employees describe the 'fear of God' and 'panic' as the company tracks their office attendance

JPMorgan is using ID swipes to track attendance as employees return to the office. Some staffers say this is creating an atmosphere of fear and panic.
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JPMorgan employees describe the 'fear of God' and 'panic' as the company tracks their office attendance

JPMorgan employees describe the 'fear of God' and 'panic' as the company tracks their office attendance

JPMorgan is using ID swipes to track attendance as employees return to the office. Some staffers say this is creating an atmosphere of fear and panic.

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In an internal report, BNP Paribas employees accused Omar Alami of "emotional terrorism" and behavior that left them with "a feeling of waterboarding."

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Ordering parts on Amazon, 100-hour weeks, and broken glass: Lucid insiders detail the EV startup's fight to ramp up production
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Ordering parts on Amazon, 100-hour weeks, and broken glass: Lucid insiders detail the EV startup's fight to ramp up production

Amid supply snafus, 100-hour weeks, vehicle assembly problems, and more, insiders say Tesla-rival EV startup, Lucid, needs to learn its lesson, soon.

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How much influencers get paid on Instagram, TikTok, and YouTube

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A 25-year-old receives about $1,118 a month mining ethereum out of his house. He breaks down the graphics cards he bought, how much he paid, and key lessons learned.
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A 25-year-old receives about $1,118 a month mining ethereum out of his house. He breaks down the graphics cards he bought, how much he paid, and key lessons learned.

He factored in the cost of each graphics card, its electricity usage, and how much it mined to decide which cards had the best return on investment.

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The top 30 PR pros and publicists for creators on Instagram, TikTok, and YouTube
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The top 30 PR pros and publicists for creators on Instagram, TikTok, and YouTube

These are 30 of the top PR agents in the creator industry, helping influencers grow their followings and gain recognition from traditional media.

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Startup employees are being encouraged to take out loans to buy their stock options. One shared a horror story of how that almost cost him $1 million.
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Startup employees are being encouraged to take out loans to buy their stock options. One shared a horror story of how that almost cost him $1 million.

Bolt and Carta are offering employees loans for stock options. A dot-com-era employee has a warning: He owed $1 million after his stock plummeted.

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