An automated virtual assistant triumphed as tech innovators vied for a major prize at Canada’s inaugural HR Tech Summit
The organization announced yesterday it would be letting go around four per cent of its workforce, an estimated 200 people.
One leader has received worldwide recognition for his outside-of-box approach to training an employee with autism.
The car manufacturer at the centre one of 2015’s biggest business scandals has come under fire yet again.
While customer service may not traditionally fall under HR’s domain, one regional HR director says the two are quite closely connected.
One leading employment lawyer says HR professionals should be wary of a potential loophole that certain workers could use.
Internet powerhouse Yahoo is rumoured to be paying its top executives lucrative stock-option packages to keep them from leaving.
A new study shows that HR is focusing on the wrong areas and failing to help older workers bring more value to the business
Despite posting record profits, the Canadian institution plans to axe yet more jobs in 2016.
A European airline is facing backlash after it was revealed bosses had begun charging candidates €60 ($100) to attend an interview.
At first glance, it seems one region is finally tackling the glaring workplace inequality – but on closer inspection, maybe not.