Report calls for a shift away from the hierarchical structure of the workplace.
Make sure your technology use policy is robust to avoid the legal wrangling over whether your employees can expect privacy on work computers.
Learn from the mistakes of others – HMV gives HR an excellent example of what not to do in a case of mass terminations
Today is World Cancer Day, so HRM looks at how HR can best support employees affected by cancer.
Managers may be more likely to perceive ‘wrongdoing’ in black and white term, so how can you stay more open-minded?
The media storm and applause heaped upon Yahoo following its decision to hire a pregnant CEO last year ignited the discussion around pregnant candidates, discrimination and what to do when faced with the hiring decision.
Lessons in encouraging innovation from the best at Google, 3M and Apple
Do managers and executives only think of HR when they need a form or to check a process? Prove your value as a strategic partner and adviser
A company operating in Alberta faces a record fine over a 2007 incident that killed two people and injured two others.
Latest research shows even very short interruptions can ramp up employees’ error rate. How can you reduce mistakes among your workforce?
As 2013 shifts into gear, so too is increased workplace stress and the rise of problem drinking. What can employers do to curb the trend