Report calls for a shift away from the hierarchical structure of the workplace.
A new Ikea incentive links company outcomes to employee pension bonuses. Could it work for your organization?
Are employees moaning about the lack of a Christmas bonus, or that a pay rise is failing to come to fruition? Then it may be time to point out the old saying that money doesn’t always buy happiness – and a job satisfaction survey proves it.
An HR director is one of two executives taken captive by workers at an international Goodyear plant.
The removal of a clause banning employers with specific convictions from bringing in temporary foreign workers has drawn criticism and confusion.
Nearly half of large companies around the world intend to increase dedicated collaborative space by 2015. We look at the simplest ways to incorporate collaboration in office design.
A Canadian employer faces a high cost for firing an employee for a suspected theft without hard evidence
With the New Year under way many companies are looking to start up their recruitment processes, this candidate however may struggle to find employment let alone an interview with this cover letter.
An Irish bank has drawn criticism for firing a worker who revealed a senior official’s widespread theft.
As HR sorts through hundreds of resumes for every opening, unemployed people around the world are getting more creative about finding work, as this witty website shows.
One in three employees experience bullying at work, and it costs companies billions each year. How can you recognize and reduce bullying in the workplace?