Top Stories of 2012
Did you miss a news-making moment of 2012? HRM runs through the stories that HR professionals found the most interesting in
Employers in some states in the US will be prohibited from demanding access to workers’ social networking accounts this year
Start the clock! T minus 12 months to engage staff
Employers have an increasingly short amount of time to engage their new employees before the novelty factor of the new role wears off, and the grace period may even be less than one year.
New Year, new recruits? Help them meet the biggest challenges
What are the biggest challenges facing workers in a new job, and how can HR make it that much smoother?
Canadians oppose temp foreign workers competing for jobs
Most Canadians say temporary foreign workers shouldn’t be given visas if there are qualified locals looking for work
Award-winning teacher fired for streaking
It might have been just a laugh when a US man ran naked through a parking lot, but his employer wasn’t smiling.
Season's Greetings from HRM Online
From all of us at HRM Online, have a safe and happy holiday. We'll see you in 2013.
Will your employees receive gifts this season? Do they expect to?
A recent study found a disconnect between what workers think they’ll get, and what they’re likely to receive.
Take a chill pill, it’s only Christmas
If you’re teetering on the edge of sanity as the year comes to an end, with more on your to-do list than time to do it, it’s time to take stock of what’s really important.
Two-thirds of US companies affected by bad hires
Hiring is always a tough time – from the skills gap to the race to fill a position, it’s easy to make a bad decision and the price you pay can be steep