Struggling retail giant will axe 2900 jobs and shut dozens of stores in restructure
HRM speaks to experts from three global companies about how and why their graduate schemes are adding value to business.
The retailer has settled with Samantha Elauf, who launched a religious discrimination case in 2008 – but at what cost?
Seventy-four per cent of employers say women should be forced to admit they’re pregnant when applying for a job.
One former employee says she was sacked after asking for fair pay – now, her campaign has caused public backlash for the company.
Fast-food workers in New York City are set to have their wages doubled to US$15 an hour by the end of 2018, with the rest of the state to follow suit by 2021.
One academic’s shocking comment sparked outrage on social media with many users calling for his immediate dismissal.
In a complete redesign of their appraisal processes, Accenture has scrapped annual reviews in favour of more individualised staff evaluations.
The Seattle-based entrepreneur who took a 98 per cent pay cut – and set a $70k minimum wage for staff – now faces a familial legal fight.
One labour lawyer explains the principles behind vicarious liability and offers advice on minimizing risk.
The company’s CHRO has inherited a new title and the revised job description illustrates exactly how HR is changing.