The Wall Street Journal
Chip Cutter is a reporter covering workplace and employment issues at The Wall Street Journal in New York. His stories explore how work is changing today, from the rise of automated, one-call job interviews to the emergence of thousands of gunshot detectors quietly installed in the walls and ceilings of America's offices. He joined the Journal from LinkedIn, where he was a managing editor, helping oversee the original news and commentary on the site. While at LinkedIn, he won a Society of American Business Editors and Writers (SABEW) award for his reporting on national labor issues. He began his career as a business reporter at The Associated Press.