Trey Williams, Fortune

Trey Williams


Kansas City, MO, United States

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Past articles by Trey:

The great pandemic migration has resulted in a lot of regrets and tears

Three-fourths of Americans have some kind of regret about moving last year. → Read More

LinkedIn has officially entered its ‘cringe era,’ and it’s working

The once buttoned-up cousin to Facebook, LinkedIn wants to be more water cooler social media nowadays, opening the doors for wild and satirical content. → Read More

Companies are already replacing workers with ChatGPT, despite warnings it shouldn’t be relied on for ‘anything important’

Nearly half of the U.S. companies currently using OpenAI's ChatGPT say the chatbot has already replaced workers—and it's saving them money. → Read More

Hybrid work makes people better at their jobs, from commuting to ‘deep work.’ But companies aren’t doing it right

An organized hybrid work model has two benefits, Nick Bloom says: Workers spend their commute time working more and engage in "deep work" from home. → Read More

It’s not just you. Our friendships really are worse now—and it’s getting harder to make new ones

After years of isolation and working from home, everyone's trying to reenter society and connect with friends and coworkers. Why is it so difficult? → Read More

Even millionaire millennials are now renting instead of buying homes

The number of millionaire renters overall has tripled in the last five years. → Read More

Working from home saves employees 2 hours a week in commute time, and they’re spending it in ways CEOs don’t expect

New research pokes a hole in Elon Musk's productivity problem with remote workers. → Read More

Google employees allowed to work from home Friday to ‘absorb this difficult news’ of parent Alphabet laying off 12,000 people

The layoffs at Alphabet come after the company conducted "a rigorous review" of the business. → Read More

It might be time to start ‘chaotic working’: The rebellious, anti-corporation era younger sibling of quiet quitting

And billionaires and companies are going to hate it. → Read More

That next promotion might depend on whether you’re a Leo or a Gemini. Millennial bosses are charting a new age of astrology at work

Need a hard worker? Someone who is extremely detail oriented? Or maybe a creative you can't quite pin down? It's possible an employee's zodiac signs hold the key. → Read More

Americans are already feeling pessimistic about the economy, work, and everything else this year

They're feeling grim about their bank accounts and work—and everything else. → Read More

Return-to-office occupancy rates are bound to hit a ceiling—2023 could be the year

This year, employees won the return-to-office debate. But what should we expect in 2023? → Read More

Your hybrid coworkers probably make more than you

Hybrid workers tend to make more on average than fully remote workers. → Read More

Remote work has created a new rift among couples: Jealousy when one gets to work from home and the other is back to the office

It's just not fair when one person gets to work from home in soft pants while the other is hauling it to the office. → Read More

In 2022 workers won the return-to-office battle with their bosses—at least for now

2022 was supposed to be the year we returned to office life like before the pandemic, bosses said—it didn't happen. → Read More

Millennials turn 41 this year, but some are still stuck at home living with their parents

One in eight millennials were forced to move home with their parents in 2022. Many couldn't afford rising rent prices. → Read More

Meet the 29-year-old teacher with four degrees who wants to join the Great Resignation because she’s tired of working ‘way above’ her paycheck

"They're asking us to do things that are way above our paycheck," says Nina. → Read More

The ‘great remote work mismatch’ is here: Workers are looking for WFH roles that are dwindling before their eyes

There are two applicants for every one remote work opening available. → Read More

Americans are forced to work 6 extra hours a month to afford surging rents

Rent in the U.S. has increased roughly 36% over the last five years, while wages have grown 23%. → Read More

Google is toughening its performance reviews to identify 10,000 low performers. Employees fear layoffs are next

Google is the last man standing when it comes to layoffs in Big Tech. → Read More