First impressions count: The cost of a bad candidate experience
It’s not just in the dating scene where first impressions matter – new research shows that a negative job candidate experience can have a major impact on organizations, both in terms of brands and dollars.
How to go from headhunter to headhunted
As HR professionals, we’re used to keeping an eye on the top talent we want to lure to our organization. Here’s how to turn the tables and get noticed by headhunters.
Diversity best left to white men?
New research shows women and visible minorities might suffer at work when they try to help their peers.
Tips for avoiding the 'bitchy boss' label
Female workplace leaders sometimes find themselves tagged as 'bitchy bosses', especially if they’re high-achievers. Lawrence Polsky, managing partner at consulting firm PeopleNRG, shares his strategies for ditching the bitch epithet.
Hilarious HR hiring stories
As an HR professional, you’ve no doubt had some strange experiences in the interview room. Check out these tales of hijinks and hilarity.
Quantity versus quality: the employer branding challenge
New research shows international brands that HR leaders might envy may be attracting more talent, but not better talent.
Benefits to attract Gen Y
What benefits are young people looking for and how can you communicate them?
The three day work week
One of the world’s richest businessmen is proposing people work longer, but less. Could his model work in Canada?
Bad news: HR is the fun police
It’s hard to be just another part of the team if everyone’s watching what they say around you, but when it comes down to it, that’s your job.
Don’t shoot the manager: How to deliver bad news
Although being the bearer of bad news comes with the job description, that doesn’t mean you can’t do it properly.