Five Things You Should Read

October 11, 2017

Deloitte hack compromised gov't email addresses, Puerto Rico tech companies rebuild, and the unexpected consequence of unhappy employees

Can This Executive Make Uber a Place Women Want to Work?

WSJ (subscription may be required)

HR chief Liane Hornsey talks about what steps the company has taken, and what’s still ahead.

CFO Memo: If Your Employees Aren't Happy, Your Shareholders Won't Be, Either


Employees and leaders in all parts of companies, including CFOs, are playing an increasingly important role in sustaining, crafting and propagating positive experiences.

Deloitte Hack Hit Server Containing Emails from across US Government

The Guardian

Cyber-attack was far more widespread than firm admits, say sources, with data from as many as 350 clients in compromised system.

Puerto Rico Tech Companies Start the Work of Rebuilding


The island's fast-growth tech companies, despite their disaster plans, were laid low by Hurricane Maria. The cloud and offshore customers will be important to their future success.

7 Clues You're about to Be Fired — and What You Can Do about It


If you’re feeling that Monday morning dread every day of the week — you may be onto something.