Even the lottery won’t make some workers quit
Most engaged employees wouldn’t quit their job if they won the lottery, but the same can’t be said for the rest of the workforce…
The damages of ‘exploding’ job offers
No, you don’t need an answer ’straight away’, and here is why.
Five minutes with... Moshin Manji, Boston Pizza
Moshin Manji talks employee buy in, lowering taxes and an alternate life where he's a travel writer or architect.
Beware the pre-printed doctor’s note?
Recent criticism of HR’s medical note demands has seen a backlash from the industry, who say some doctors are contributing to the problem.
Who’s hot in HR? Nominations now open
Do you know an HR leader or innovator deserving recognition? Nominate them for the first-annual HRD Hot List.
Lighter side: Important info? Deliver it with coffee
If it’s time to update employees on new policies or programs make sure there is coffee on hand afterwards – it could save you having to repeat yourself.
Sick note debate: Does a one-day policy cut absenteeism?
Following Ontario top doctor’s criticism of employers requiring medical notes, some organizations defend the requirement.
Unhappy days for baby boomers
10,000 baby boomers are leaving the workforce every day. Could it be that they just don’t like the positions they’re getting? Research shows boomers are less likely than other generations to be happy in their new roles
Lighter side: Desk tells you to stand
Sitting all day isn’t good for you, but how do you remember to spend some time standing each day? Get a desk that tells you when, that’s how
Quit Your Job app helps unhappy employees
Could HR soon see an upsurge in people quitting by text message? A new app makes it easy.