Flawed hiring process blamed for $235,000 severance ‘scandal’
An ill-fated hiring process has ended in one employee being paid a ‘scandalous’ $235,000 in severance payments after only 90 days on the job
Lighter Side: Licensed to thrill? Spy agency calls for recruits
Struggling to find top talent for your organization? Put yourself in the shoes of this national spy agency, which has turned to an unexpected talent pool to find the next 007
Why did Airbnb get rid of its HR department?
Airbnb has decided to do away with its HR function, replacing it with a new group focused entirely on ‘employee experience’
HR in battle with hackers at Apple as employees targeted
Apple’s human resources team are in an all-out battle with opportunistic hackers, who are going global in an effort to exploit employee access to secure data
How can HR support domestic violence victims at work?
If a worker or one of their family members experiences domestic violence, what can employers to do provide the proper level of care and assistance?
Seven tips for managing agile workers
As organizations move away from the traditional staffing model more HR professionals have to manage ‘agile talent’ – expert talent sourced from across the world
Staff should be trained during restructuring, says study
During a merger or downsizing initiative, HR teams should focus on staff training
Moustache, goatee not a fundamental employee right
One employee’s quest to have his right to facial hair at work recognised after a Movember-inspired clash with his employer has been unsuccessful
Signs your staff might be about to quit
Is your star worker taking more time off and failing to commit to long-term projects? It could be a sign they are looking to quit, a leading management professor says
On demand: Streaming that Netflix culture into your firm
With Netflix making headlines worldwide for its innovative HR policies, how can you bring this type of modern workplace culture into your business?