Google’s Startup Accelerator, and Other Industry News

Our weekly roundup of workplace news from around the web.

Image via engadget.com.
Image via engadget.com.
  • According to the Google Developers Blog, they’re “heading to the city of San Francisco this September to open a new space for developers and startups. With over 14,000 sq. ft. at 301 Howard Street, [they’ll] have more than enough elbow room to train, educate and collaborate with local and international developers and startups.”
  • SHRM shares a few tips from the boxing ring that may give you an advantage in the workplace.
  • The NYT‘s Workologist explores the question of taking the plunge and leaving a staid but reliable office-based career.
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