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Chip Cutter @ChipCutter New York City

Reporter at the Wall Street Journal, covering workplace issues. Email: chip.cutter@wsj.com

1,790 Following   2,665 Followers   1,302 Tweets

Joined Twitter 10/6/08


Companies worry that off-work fun may increase risk of workplace infections https://t.co/2xzhT3fQZl via @WSJ @chipcutter
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5/28
2020
@RachelFeintzeig @asharma This is so great
5/21
2020
Great @WSJ deep dive on the future of office & how companies are thinking about it, including giving it up entirely… https://t.co/2SSN0Ha9kY
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5/16
2020
Did you have “there will be dozens of microwaves” on your list of predictions for what it’s like when we return to… https://t.co/lSM7WDLZtS
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5/11
2020
Two months ago, 2020 grads were looking at a landscape as auspicious as any they could have reasonably hoped for. T… https://t.co/Gce0dSbiEC
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5/9
2020
Today on #TheJournal, @ChipCutter explains how companies are planning to extensively monitor employees when they co… https://t.co/TMw9mwzU6A
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5/8
2020
“It seems to strike so many systems.” Coronavirus threatens more of the body than initially known, not just lungs,… https://t.co/aLD8jRwGzF
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5/7
2020
Full force of CA government now seeks to enforce landmark AB5 law to force Uber & Lyft to pay minimum wage, OT, une… https://t.co/QSsYw66TC2
Retweeted by Chip Cutter @JamesBruni Thanks, as always!Welcome back to the office. Your every move is being watched. Just as 9/11 redefined how Americans think about se… https://t.co/D0uiB11ysE
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5/5
2020
Warren Buffett sounds off on whether people will go back to the office and how to better support front-line workers… https://t.co/dCn1O0POSW
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5/4
2020
For generations, adventurous Americans have moved internationally polish language skills, find or follow romance an… https://t.co/2yE0Tb8Ayn
Retweeted by Chip Cutter“As trainees, we are horrified and scared, paralyzed with feelings of helplessness and guilt,” 44 residents at Elmh… https://t.co/Tqv1vRfbVk
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4/29
2020
Satellite office locations, private buses, subsidized rental cars: @ChipCutter reports on the alternatives to mass… https://t.co/Rhcw8NmKrM
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4/28
2020
@DannyGroner @KonradPutzier @laurenweberWSJ Thanks as always, Danny!Companies can figure out how to space desks 6 feet apart. What they can't control: the commute. Some HR execs say o… https://t.co/8maObKO8dz
4/27
2020
If you care about food, New York, restaurants and your soul, you will always remember the day you read this piece f… https://t.co/JgLMS0mY9P
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4/23
2020
Companies want to test workers before allowing them back to the office. It's complicated. https://t.co/63h7kCp8d1 #coronavirus
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4/20
2020
@iajunwa @Cornell @CornellILR_News Thank you so much, again, for taking the time to talk.
4/19
2020
Now that millions are doing their jobs at home, more companies want to know how employees are spending their time.… https://t.co/GfqMhAStQS
4/18
2020
“Let's be adult about the bread." How a small-town grocer is keeping it together for his store and his people.… https://t.co/WXJEmtGYo6
Retweeted by Chip CutterCharlie Munger to @jasonzweigwsj: "It’s quite possible that never again—not again in a long time—will we have a lev… https://t.co/mlbii7j24X
4/17
2020
50,000 jobs. 900,000 applications. This is what redeploying the laid off and furloughed American workforce looks li… https://t.co/Jf0OzmF7Gs
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4/15
2020
Layoffs hit people who thought their jobs were secure, including white-collar professionals. “I always felt untouch… https://t.co/Y5ZgKSYKCj
4/14
2020
"Some days, I doubt all our choices. I worry about our health, our future, letting down the kids or co-workers." A… https://t.co/T8fD1NYkgYAs the coronavirus ravages the job market, tech giants remain on the hunt for people. Facebook still plans to hire… https://t.co/V0Cb88jYRa
4/13
2020
What it's like to say goodbye to your dying parents over FaceTime, a rite now unfolding in hospitals across the U.S… https://t.co/BaZxYcd6C3
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4/10
2020
One was an executive chef, another a small business owner. Now they are trying to work at an Amazon warehouse.… https://t.co/0i2fAOZspl
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4/9
2020
A WFH lesson here for all of us: Don't turn yourself into a potato on Teams unless you have an exit plan.… https://t.co/ZmHFQoeRpm
Retweeted by Chip Cutter @PDNewsGuild I'm sorry. It's heart wrenching to watch all that's happening at the Plain Dealer. Your talented colle… https://t.co/YTECLX4DBK
4/8
2020
Companies are saying something new when furloughing workers: Staffers will be "better off" on government assistance… https://t.co/uFuhzgQi8f
4/7
2020
“She said, 'Mommy, I’m going to work because no one else is going to help the senior citizens get their groceries.”… https://t.co/JU4MQBd9OW
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4/6
2020
As a father lay dying of Covid-19, a nurse delivered one final message from his loved ones: https://t.co/uIvoA9nJNw https://t.co/PAKfMXZSiZ
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4/5
2020
CEOs are pondering a tough coronavirus question: What happens to my company if I get sick? A number of top executiv… https://t.co/ZXII78ayBYThis is *the* story inside American business in the era of coronavirus. Majestic work by @lizrhoffman,… https://t.co/hIXuqcya7E
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4/4
2020
This is devastating. Nick could not have been kinder to me as an AP intern and young reporter years ago. https://t.co/SxyR6p6RvUSCOOP: Store sales @Walmart grew 20% last month. And we are entering what Walmart has dubbed the “restricted living… https://t.co/72qULLQRBC
Retweeted by Chip CutterAdd this to the sad reality of the moment: People are now being laid off over the phone, by email and in group chat… https://t.co/3Zj3M6SOVe
4/3
2020
No more rubbing elbows at industry happy hours or schmoozing during conference lunches. How coronavirus has changed… https://t.co/yGdgsbXhv4
Retweeted by Chip Cutter“I feel like we’re being sent to slaughter.” A stunning story on the nurses working inside a hard hit Bronx hospita… https://t.co/97DtjWnQZA
4/1
2020
Answers to questions on how to apply for unemployment benefits and the difference between a layoff and a furlough u… https://t.co/jUTrBSWSRT
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3/31
2020
Just a few weeks ago, college seniors were poised to enter a job seekers' market--then everything changed. My lates… https://t.co/b6PeZSSQTd
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3/29
2020
With salons closed, people are cutting their hair at home and it’s not pretty. https://t.co/tSJNucMlUT A note: In… https://t.co/9ZeaK0mksO
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3/27
2020
More than 3 million Americans filed for unemployment benefits last week, a record, as the great U.S. job machine gr… https://t.co/5yi9FEgMMY
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3/26
2020
In the U.S, workers who try to wear masks on the job are meeting resistance. Some have been told masks will scare p… https://t.co/d5Hhjf0Zpw
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3/25
2020
@melissakorn @ronlieber Of course! Before, during, after.Behind the empty grocery aisles, an industry is shelving algorithms that once dictated orders and demanding more fo… https://t.co/K6NW44Pl0r
Retweeted by Chip Cutter @melissakorn @ronlieber Ha! Thanks so much, Ron and Melissa. I'm with you: I'm trying to hold out, but I can see a… https://t.co/CV8oZLjTPs
3/24
2020
@JBSteins @LynnJCook @WSJ 🤣 Thanks so much, Julie!“We’re exactly 3 weeks away from knowing everyone’s true hair color.” I love this story about homespun hair cuts/co… https://t.co/l4YZkwvMpS
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3/23
2020
I feel like @ChipCutter and @maloneyfiles interviewed every CEO in the U.S. to tell this story about company chiefs… https://t.co/g9JILwAwpZ
Retweeted by Chip CutterIf I shared this incredibly prescient 2006 @wsj story 20 times a day it still wouldn't be enough. Want to know how… https://t.co/IJ1UO5whOV
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3/22
2020
This story is part of the @wsj series Making It Work.. about how people are trying to make their jobs work during t… https://t.co/QTxL1FmL5e
Retweeted by Chip CutterPlease send this story to anyone you know who’s not taking COVID-19 seriously. @lizziepresser’s account of what one… https://t.co/nXOydePbBj
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3/21
2020
"A very big pit of uncertainty." Low-wage workers are vulnerable to the coronavirus crisis on multiple fronts. My p… https://t.co/VJecEsmrjl
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3/20
2020
@RyanLouis__ Hi there! Any chance you might be able to DM me about this? I'm a reporter at the Wall Street Journal,… https://t.co/AAI7vXAYaZ"It’s kind of a demoralizing thing"—Call It a Layoff, a Furlough or a Cut Shift: Americans are Losing Work. story w… https://t.co/Pd7HSa7DxD
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3/18
2020
@Ms_B_Elite Hi there! I'm a reporter at the Wall Street Journal. Any chance you might be able to DM me? Quick q for you.
3/17
2020
Amazon is planning to hire 100,000 new delivery and warehouse workers in the U.S. to meet demand as people turn to… https://t.co/iXxkHCStpI
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3/16
2020
Danny Meyer Restaurants Close, and Others in New York Expect to Follow https://t.co/ZqiRtWjc66
Retweeted by Chip CutterConsult our workers' primer on what your boss can (and can't) make you do during these difficult times: … https://t.co/6VbFtHnvCU
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3/13
2020
Previously healthy 48 year-old. In ICU for two weeks, much of it on a ventilator. Last rites were administered. He… https://t.co/Rhry5TYTa8
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3/11
2020
About 175 Biogen senior managers convened at a Boston Marriott for two days. Now dozens are presumed infected with… https://t.co/9UyYLLB707
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3/10
2020
“You’ve already been vetted through the admissions process, so you know this person is legitimate.” Tinder has noth… https://t.co/WaZOFSoN1N
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3/9
2020
Companies race to develop emergency plans for employees as coronavirus spreads. The plans change daily. https://t.co/Wo66iI9DQz via @WSJ
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3/8
2020
Employee happiness has become an all-out obsession inside U.S. companies. ⁦@RachelFeintzeig⁩ and I take a look at t… https://t.co/xxiPrSJrM6
3/7
2020
If you liked my @WSJ story (https://t.co/7vRvle63tY), you'll love the podcast, from my brilliant colleagues… https://t.co/QVipVFkGxe
Retweeted by Chip CutterSome additional details here: United Airlines is offering all U.S. employees the option to take up to six months un… https://t.co/Dj67Av5LhF
3/6
2020
Read of the day from coronavirus' front lines: Dr. Zhang faced a crisis. Her husband was away, her parents were c… https://t.co/t70OiLADOj
Retweeted by Chip CutterAmazon is now asking most of its more than 50,000 Seattle area workers to stay home until the end of the month. https://t.co/fX9v0EQbfa
3/5
2020
"That's a great looking sandwich." The texts between these coronavirus patients-turned-friends are wonderful. https://t.co/Ogv97mntj3
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3/4
2020
As coronavirus cases in the U.S. spread - most workers in the bottom 25% of wages don't have any paid sick leave  -… https://t.co/F4gKfmVxSH
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3/3
2020
“I’m the executive chairman, what the hell does that mean?” Great story from @ChipCutter https://t.co/jsDOBsIXpS via @WSJ
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2/27
2020
I talked to health care workers about how deeply challenging, chaotic, and scary it can be to be on the front lines… https://t.co/ytdHjgjwN2
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2/25
2020
“It’s a culture shift in a company, and to change culture is not an easy thing.” As offices go green, employees hoa… https://t.co/LO6eQrlMui
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2/24
2020
CEOs say there's something companies could do to raise the U.S.'s dismal voter turnout rates: give employees time o… https://t.co/lbF2eNXnv6Some executives love to say that millennials constantly job hop. Despite the hot job market, today’s youngest profe… https://t.co/kcMtNPaPtJ
2/19
2020
Retail jobs are vanishing but there’s no national outcry like when factories shut down. Without funding for retrain… https://t.co/KDLrNAzLX9
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2/10
2020
Women earn the majority of college degrees and make up roughly half the U.S. workforce. So why are less than 6% CEO… https://t.co/4cLKpuLXdB
2/6
2020
@jamestareddy Among the many vivid stats in this story, there's this one: if just 5% of Chinese service-sector empl… https://t.co/rqp40X8wG2
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2/3
2020
Business cards: "They make excellent toothpicks." Hilarious @tepingchen take on the people finding creative uses fo… https://t.co/WuAklTvBXi
1/30
2020
@shelleydubois Thanks so much, Shelley! @cyn Giant thanks for your help, Cynthia! Very fun to get a glimpse into how these orchestras come together.
1/28
2020
@DannyGroner Thanks, Danny!One other bit about corporate orchestras that I love: Almost nothing can kill them. The HP Symphony Orchestra, the… https://t.co/gLqm9Tt1E9Band geeks unite! Classical orchestras are thriving in an unlikely place: corporate America. My a-hed on the sympho… https://t.co/plGSQcgSj3
1/27
2020
At 29 weeks pregnant, I woke up one morning and could not get the baby to move. This is the story of what happened… https://t.co/QJ6d4t2PaN
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1/24
2020
Apple is dead set on keeping costs low. For that, it deploys ‘the Blevinator." Procurement VP Tony Blevins so enj… https://t.co/WqQxKh8r6t
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1/23
2020
An interesting look by @PatThomas1318 at how one business school, fighting a decline in applications, is pushing to… https://t.co/8yvnwnJ2bm
1/22
2020
“I’m living off Advil," says one former EY executive assistant, now working until midnight at a Trader Joe's. When… https://t.co/XGkpx68QHZ
1/21
2020
“People say, oh, Colorado, we’re so healthy. Not so much.” More middle-aged people are dying from heart disease and… https://t.co/1MYCTA0RaL
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1/14
2020
@katrinanajm @NRFBigShow @Bonobos @universalstand So good to see you! Thanks for coming to the session.
1/13
2020
@kristenregine Thanks very much for reading! @WSJ Humbled to have our project in Arcadia Oklahoma featured in the @WSJ alongside architect and friend… https://t.co/a0pYEN3JJW
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1/10
2020
Buried in a Labor of Statistics report last month was this tragic fact: More people are killing themselves in the w… https://t.co/KWAuNhL8p0
Retweeted by Chip CutterThe Chicago architect @DavidDewane spent years thinking about how to make offices less awful. I wrote about his pla… https://t.co/Sr98D1m81f
1/9
2020
At @Walmart a floor-to-ceiling back room system called Alphabot may be doing more of your shopping in the future:… https://t.co/8X4v3ZoHDR
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1/8
2020
For months, Boeing’s CEO had the support of the board of directors. This is how he lost it. https://t.co/Wrm4KEU2WG via @WSJ
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1/7
2020
2 months of digging into the aggressive flirting, drinking, partying of former McDonald's executives. Here's your i… https://t.co/gY8QKd4ST9
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1/6
2020
@DannyGroner Thanks, Danny!
1/2
2020

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