“F- it, I quit”: TV reporter’s dramatic goodbye
This is one resignation HR didn’t see coming, but the job she’s taken instead is just as surprising.
Starting with the basics: Building HR credibility
HR is in the trenches of organizational strategy and cultural development, but one national HR leader says it’s important to get the basics right first.
Should you approve leave for personal hobbies?
Sophisticated employers need to start thinking “more laterally” regarding staff working hours, in order to get the most out of their workforce.
Canada, US struggling to attract A-list talent
Ready and waiting fields of quality applicants no longer exist, so where are you sourcing your top-end talent?
The best gamification practices in HR
HR leaders seeking exceptional gamification practices should look to these groundbreaking organizations for guidance.
Global HR survey provides HR ‘health check’
HR practitioners from around the world have had their say on the biggest challenges facing the profession, including key strategic issues and people management priorities.
Lighter side: Welcome to the hamster race
Sitting, standing, transforming, treadmill... the past few years have seen a lot of desk adaptations, but at least one office has embraced running in one spot.
Lighter side: The Google perk that surprised even Google
How did these clever folks at Google avoid paying rent or mortgage payments for months, if not years?
Lighter side: Why working remotely sucks
Working remotely isn’t just about long lunches and flexible hours, argues Scott Hanselman, who says sometimes, it just plain sucks.
Lessons from the latest mat leave firing mishap
The continuing case law development around Family Status discrimination hasn’t been taken on board by everyone in HR, as this recent human rights decision shows.