Facebook screening: why you could be overlooking top job candidates
How much can Facebook profiles tell you about a person’s employment suitability? New evidence shows that employers may be looking at the wrong information.
Managers’ personal biases can render flextime ineffective
Whether managers identify as early birds or night owls will affect the way they rate employees who take advantage of company flexibility policies
Is not having a CHRP designation a red flag?
After an HR consultant's mistake cost an organization thousands, HRM readers debated how to find good help.
Could your next employee be working in someone else’s office?
Teleworking just got a bit more complex with a growing trend towards co-working spaces, where employees work ‘remotely’ in shared offices. But will all workers embrace this new method?
Demoted for nude sunbathing at work…so he sued for discrimination
An HR director is being sued by a sunbathing employee claiming he’s not being hired because of racial bias.
Top workplace pet peeves
There is a long list of sins a worker can commit to earn the ire of their colleagues but what is the top irritant that really hits a nerve among office workers?
Dealing with a “too nice” boss
Toxic bosses make for great work stories and bad workplaces, but a manager who is too nice can be just as bad for your career. How can HR work with a too kind manager?
Pervasive outdated listings affect hiring managers
Despite government denials, the online job banks is littered with old job listings, which are distracting job seekers from real opportunities.
Five minutes with…Stephen Cerrone, Hudson’s Bay Company executive vice president
Everyone makes a major mistake along the way to a $2.6million salary, right? Well, not this guy, or so he says.
News: Fired firefighter sues for huge settlement
Regardless of the outcome, any lawsuit can be costly. A new court case shows the risks to employers if HR doesn't cover all its bases when terminating an employee.