The top accountancy firm has officially relaxed its rules on work wear – just weeks after one receptionist was sent home for refusing to wear heels.
The fitness chain says it will support workers who want to vote – whichever way they decide – after it received an application for certification.
The advocate general to the European Court of Justice said employers “may be justified” in prohibiting the headwear.
Approximately 3,000 workers across 38 private residences will continue strike action today after salary negotiations came to a standstill.
Campaigners are calling for an upheaval of policies which leave Temporary Foreign Workers powerless.
One winner from the Canadian HR Awards says the event can help small companies get the national recognition they’ve always deserved.
About 75 per cent of the HR workforce is women but one HRD says the industry just needs a little rebranding to balance things out.
Several spy agencies have admitted using the female-friendly platform in a bid to attract potential “Jane Bonds.”
A recent leak has revealed that the president of an international organization was deeply dissatisfied with the initial seven-figure offer.
Cases based on the protected category have becoming increasingly common in recent years but it’s not a passing trend, warns one industry lawyer – here’s why.