Workers suffering domestic or sexual violence would be eligible for job-protected leave
After flip-flopping on the topic of LGBT employees last week, now a World Vision policy dictating staff sexual activity has come to light. But is it legal?
The latest HR news in brief: employee killed in workplace accident; older workers get away with false credentials
HRM looks beyond the traditional HR ‘engagement’ theory to investigate the science behind happiness at work and the limitations of the effect of HR practices on individual employee engagement. The results could surprise you.
What this guy posted in a fake advertisement about his staffing agency employer will either make you laugh or be really glad you’re not employed there
It looks like a normal reprimand for tardiness, until you realize it's not from the boss...it's to her
Abstract strategic thinking could be the missing link for HR leaders keen to take their career to the next level. HRM investigates.
Findings from a recent survey have revealed the extent to which negative manager-worker relationships exist in the workplace, and the warning signs that managers use.
Beards, goatees and moustaches - oh my. Facial hair is back in fashion, but one study says it could be a bad career move. Would HR make a promotion decision based on what on someone's face?
A Canadian government agency is causing a stir amongst employ groups and unions by claiming that the national skills gap has been over exaggerated.
Anybody can drop in at this Detroit design firm’s headquarters and take advantage of the company’s facilities – but why have they allowed this?