Rachel Feintzeig has spent more than a decade reporting for the Wall Street Journal. She currently covers management and workplace trends, touching on topics like executive leadership, frontline workers and office culture. She’s written about everything from efforts to increase the minimum wage for tipped workers to employees who get tattoos of their corporate logos. Earlier this year, she authored a front-page story about executives becoming more vulnerable and open at work. Before taking on the management beat in 2013, she covered bankruptcy and restructuring, reporting from Washington, D.C. and Philadelphia. She is now based in New York.