Workers suffering domestic or sexual violence would be eligible for job-protected leave
Top financial firms are increasingly relying on intelligence officers to root out the unethical employees within their organization.
Are your annual reviews seen as merely administrative or even punitive? HRM talks to two industry experts about how to make your reviews far more effective.
Valentine’s Day became an HR nightmare at this Canadian workplace
HR professionals need to start speaking the same language as the board, a report from one of the world's largest corporate law firms says
A dyslexic employee has won a discrimination case against Starbucks after being accused of falsifying documents
Unions are one step closer to bringing a major city to a halt, after claims they are changing their terms in a way that makes it even harder to reach a deal
One fast food chain has taken ‘engaging training’ to a whole new level
An author and business advisor has some tips around how to best induct a new employee without “ruining” them
A new study has shed light on the link between cardio exercise and brain structure
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