Report calls for a shift away from the hierarchical structure of the workplace.
A former mill worker charged with murder after a mass shooting may be entitled to a severance package from his former employer.
New research points to preferences surrounding cooperative work and competitive individual work might be based primarily around gender.
Sometimes HR needs a nudge to change a bad policy. Starbucks’ reaction to a critical feature on one employee’s experience holds lessons for HR at all levels.
With the increasing datafication of HR comes the greater potential for that data to be stolen or misused. HRM looks at how HR can help prevent data breaches.
If you’ve been considering a career change, there are plenty of interesting roles available – everything from being a professional banana ripener to researching chocolate.
Employee tenure is one of the best predictors for workplace satisfaction, but how long is too long? One centenarian is still heading to the office every day.
What’s in a name? Quite a lot if you’re the S&M Coordinator…
This international HR blogger has harsh words for a corporate HR manager whose policy is doing more harm than good.
This recruitment agency’s quick reaction helped it avoid a more serious fine. Is your HR department making the same mistake?
With social media becoming a popular platform for sharing information, it can be difficult to be heard amongst the noise. Publisher Blaise van Hecke explains how books are fast becoming an effective alternative.