Workers suffering domestic or sexual violence would be eligible for job-protected leave
It’s not all ice and snow – Olympians have to pay the bills too. So what do these athletes do with their nine to five?
From politics to policies - HRD looks at the newsmakers in HR this week.
What were they thinking in the Goldman Sachs HR department when they thought nail files and vanity mirrors would be appropriate for a female-focused recruiting event?
LinkedIn has opened up its publishing platform to all members, adding another tool to HR’s employer branding arsenal.
What are your rights and obligations when dealing with addicted employees?
Detroit police have them and the government have been employing them for years, but how will you cope when the machine revolution comes rolling down your halls?
How can HR better meet the needs of all the generations in the workforce? In a word: flexibility
Even your most loyal staff could walk if the price is right, but money's not the only option to help keep your top team together.
There is nothing more awkward than unrequited love, but is it something your organization is guilty of?
It's common for coworkers to date, but it's not always good news for HR. What can you do to manage the risks?