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The Limits of 'People Analytics' in Reshaping the Workforce

Why algorithms won’t necessarily lead to utopian workplaces.

How to Spot Toxic Employees Before You Hire Them

Managing a toxic employee is difficult enough. Weeding them out during the hiring process can be an even more difficult challenge.

Appointee Watch: More Musical Chairs on the Horizon?

Trump announces more picks for Defense, Education and State departments.

Construction crews prepare a set of border wall prototypes along the border near San Diego in October.

Trump’s Border Wall Keeps Getting Shorter and More Expensive

The latest White House wall plans represent a significant downgrade from Trump’s original vision--at a higher price tag.

Almost 70% of U.S. Managers Are Scared to Talk to Their Employees

The hardest part about talking to employees is talking to them at all.

Will Trump Still Be Allowed to Use His Personal Phone in the West Wing?

"The use of all personal devices for both guests and staff will no longer be allowed."

In October, Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross appeared before the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform to discuss preparing for the 2020 Census.

Democrats Challenge Proposed Citizenship Question on 2020 Census

The Justice Department wants to track undocumented voters; immigrant groups warn of harm to count.

New Yorkers rally at a pro-immigration event in 2016.

These White House Policies Could Turn More Than One Million People Into Undocumented Immigrants

First Donald Trump targeted people in the country illegally. Now his administration is also going after those with permission to be in the country.