Pets at work: Good for business or just barking mad?
Start-ups and SMEs might have a lot of four-legged staff around nowadays, but is it always the right idea? Here are some top tips to get it right.
Google glass door
Despite being voted the best company to work for by Fortune magazine for the fourth year in a row, Google employees are still unhappy at work
Is a sedentary lifestyle hurting your employees?
What are the biggest health risks to your employees and how can you address them?
Goal: 10,000 new jobs for autistic Canadians
HR professionals can expect a greater push to accommodate and, indeed, embrace the thousands of Canadian workers diagnosed with autism as a new advocacy group -- focused on winning full access for those often frustrated workers -- emerges.
Are you annoying your coworkers?
Do you like to whistle while you work? You may be annoying your fellow coworkers without even knowing it.
Report: Mobility in business transforming HR
Corporate HR is increasingly turning to mobile technology to better connect the rank and file with management, according to a new report, suggesting efficiency gains and greater employee satisfaction are the results.
Allergies in the workplace: what HR needs to know
What to do about a nurse allergic to latex? A recent arbitration asks how far an organization has to go to manage employee allergies.
One in four actively job hunting: what can you do?
Employers need to do more to retain top talent, according to one HR organization.
HR and social technology: A perfect match?
Social software is all the rage these days. In a world where social connectivity is viewed as a key point of interaction, workplaces across North America have benefited from this software.
Accommodating ADHD in the workplace
A recent decision shows the difficulty in knowing when accommodation is necessary, and how to recognize a disability in the workplace.