Workers suffering domestic or sexual violence would be eligible for job-protected leave
A UK worker is under arrest after publishing 100,000 employees’ payroll information. What can HR learn?
Moving from a transactional function to being a strategic partner is one of HR’s biggest challenges. How did this international heavyweight do it?
Could it happen here? A US employer is under fire after terminating an employee called to serve on the jury of the trial of Osama Bin Laden’s son-in-law – so the employer could save $120.
Age discrimination lawsuits are increasing and the damages are just getting bigger. What can HR do to avoid accusations and liabilty.
They’re meeting all their work goals, but driving their colleagues crazy. What’s HR to do?
The battle to stand out in a crowded job market can be tough, and for one jobseeker the clash resulted in a crushing blow.
Almost 8,000 Irish workers will get two-year work visas to Canada this year, with many headed for the regions most in need of skilled employees.
Strangely specific predictions: would mandatory overtime and minimum wage provisions see some jobs replaced by e-workers?
Contrary to mom’s advice on sitting up straight, many employees are finding novel ways and positions to sit down in the office while using the tools of the trade
A US federal agency's review stats show widespread racism. Could this be a problem at your organization?