Struggling retail giant will axe 2900 jobs and shut dozens of stores in restructure
An employee in the United States was sacked recently after a Facebook post led to his workplace receiving floods of telephone complaints.
Forced to fire the office favourite? Here’s how to appease your unhappy employees and maintain staff morale.
Punitive damages awards are on the rise – employers must be wary not to entice wrongful dismissal cases, now more than ever.
Nitro Software reveals the stunning ways it built a high-performance work culture
Emergency call handlers in London launched a complaint after supervisors start following staff to the toilet to ensure they weren't spending more than five minutes away.
The world’s first professor of networking says making contacts isn’t just good for your career- it’s good for your health.
Childish pranks and petty grudges can cripple production – says leading consultancy firm.
Stop blindly rewarding high achievers and consider your company’s culture – employment lawyer Dan Peyton talks employee remuneration the right way.
Study suggests restricting our time online could significantly reduce stress but is it really feasible in our constantly connected world?
Many Canadian employers have strongly opposed Jason Kenney’s TFWP clampdowns from the outset but it seems Microsoft has much more pull with the federal government.