Workers suffering domestic or sexual violence would be eligible for job-protected leave
As an HR professional, you’ve probably heard it all when it comes to excuses from employees. But it turns out that just because they’re strange, it doesn’t mean they’re not true.
Not to be left out of current hiring trends, the mob is jumping on the social media bandwagon to recruit new members.
Providing compensation to dissatisfied customers may seem like a logical response, but these companies should probably stick to a simple apology.
One Canadian business owner is paying the price for his employee’s bad move. Should HR be keeping track of employee driving records?
As HR professionals, we know the importance of building a great personal brand. Nikki Heald, managing director of Corptraining, talks about how the first impressions you give others can impact on your brand.
Is hiring managers “one size fits all” approach losing them good candidates? One young job seeker takes HR to task.
An international poll found that employers overwhelmingly disagreed with obesity being protected by disability law.
You can’t hang on to every employee forever; inevitably some of your top talent is going to leave. What are the risks this poses to an organization, and how can you safeguard against them?
Managing a team means there is bound to be the occasional conflict, but how can you tell if the problem is more than just a personality clash?
A former mill worker charged with murder after a mass shooting may be entitled to a severance package from his former employer.