Report calls for a shift away from the hierarchical structure of the workplace.
The woman in charge of the tech giant’s HR team has promised “real progress” but warns changes wont come overnight.
Hollywood A-lister Daniel Radcliffe started “cracking” after just an hour behind the desk.
Bosses say she’s definitely got an interview after the Alice in Wonderland-esque application caught their attention.
A lesbian couple say they were left $150,000 out of pocket after the retail giant refused to cover spouses of gay employees.
Adjusting employee responsibilities does not amount to constructive dismissal, says Ontario Superior Court.
One leading academic told HRM that “the little guys” have a lot to teach big organizations.
The theme park’s strict “look policy” has been called into question once again after a Sikh employee was repeatedly segregated.
A new survey reveals how APAC HR professionals rate senior management when it comes to support.
One city has been crowned Canada’s best city in which to work and live as a woman, based on measures including economic security and leadership.
One leadership expert says it’s no longer enough for HRDs to just be experts in their field – they now need to be masters of other functional areas too. But flipping the question around, what can HRDs expect from other leaders in the business?