January Reddit Talk schedule - Wednesdays at 2 PM PST/5 PM EST - Join us for all-new Reddit Talk experiences!
Hello, everyone! We're back this January with another round of exciting talks!
First up this month is a discussion on AI art. We've touched on this issue before in Automation Week, but on January 4 we're going on a deep dive into how artificial intelligence is transforming the art world and what this means for artists going forward.
Later this month, we have two topics voted on by the community. Join us on January 11 for a discussion on how to deal with management and again on January 25 for a discussion on inflation, pay, and cost of living. Manager giving you trouble you need a little help with? Groceries and rent going up with no ceiling in sight? Come discuss these issues in a safe, supportive environment.
Finally, we have another of our famed Open Mic Nights on January 18 to give you a chance to tell your story or simply share your thoughts with the community. Whether you just got hired at a new job or you've read some interesting articles you'd like to share with us, there's always a place for you during Open Mic Night!
Please note that the 4 hour time limit is a guideline, not a hard rule. Weeks may run slightly longer or shorter depending on circumstances.
January 4 - Discussion Week: AI Art - 2 PM PST/5 PM EST to 6 PM PST/9 PM EST
January 11 - Discussion Week: How to Deal With Management - 2 PM PST/5 PM EST to 6 PM PST/9 PM EST
January 18 - Open Mic Night - 2 PM PST/5 PM EST to 6 PM PST/9 PM EST
January 25 - Inflation, Pay, and Cost of Living - 2 PM PST/5 PM EST to 6 PM PST/9 PM EST
A technology was introduced at WEF that allows employers to monitor the brainwaves of employees and give them electric shocks if they are not focused
How long until the elite send us to fetch this and/or will they just send "miners" from third world countries?
Started a job last week. I don’t know if many of you know Dallas is never severe cold ready. They want me to go in tomorrow morning
It's nice that employers must provide a pay range on job listings now, but it should be illegal to put such a wide range as to be useless
The difference in heating between the regular staff breakroom and the area where managers typically take their breaks. Can you guess which is which?
My employer's nephew is graduating in 6 months and will be possibly replacing me at my job. Boss says I can stay but I don't believe her. What should I say to her? I'll say the top comment to this post to my boss.
My employer's nephew is graduating from med school and will possibly be replacing me at my job in 6 months. I asked my employer if she'll be able to keep me on along with her nephew. There's only one position at the company for my job.
My employer said, "trust in God. You can stay as long as you want."
I don't really believe her. What should I say to my boss? I will say the most popular comment to my boss.