Report calls for a shift away from the hierarchical structure of the workplace.
Bizarre questions don’t help anyone in the hiring process – but original ones do. Here are five to try next time
The multi-billionaire internet tycoon says there’s one thing he looks for in a new employee – and it’s always served him well.
Twenty per cent of HR managers put their organizations at risk of a discrimination case simply because they’re under-informed.
Don’t leave everything until they’ve arrived at the office – HR can encourage higher retention rates by reaching out earlier.
That’s the question PayPal’s CEO asks potential candidates – but would you try any of these other unusual yet surprisingly insightful suggestions?
From stretching the truth to exaggerating experience, candidates are increasingly embellishing their resumes. Here’s how to spot a fraudster.
As the temperature drops and the big chill kicks in, HRM got the legal low-down on how HR should handle snow-days.
Whether it’s the base wage or the bonus scheme, major changes can spell trouble - warns one labour and employment lawyer.
You’ve made an offer and the applicant accepted – but something’s changed. Here, HRM looks at the legal implications of withdrawing.
After a lengthy absence, employers are legally allowed to ask for more substantial sick notes, rules one court.