HR salaries increase fastest in two years
The median remuneration for HR professionals at large US companies rose by 11% in 2012, increasing at the fastest rate in at least two years, according to the findings of a new study.
Canadians expect more investment at work
Your workers expect you’ll spend more on training, resources and hiring this year. Are they going to be disappointed?
Are anonymous resumes the answer to discrimination?
Could you be pre-judging candidates by their name or other identifying factors? Take steps to reduce unconscious bias.
Is your workforce coping with Generation Y workers?
Gen Y workers are often stereotyped as self-involved technophiles with no attention span and poor people skills, but they’re also here to stay. How can managers, and businesses, adapt to the next generation of workers?
Wearing headphones at work: time for HR to step-in?
It’s a fine-line between communicating optimal work conditions to employees, and coming across as the fun police. But new evidence suggests allowing headphones could dent the bottom line.
Time to start Tumbling?
You might have embraced recruiting on LinkedIn, Facebook, even Twitter – but your audience is moving
Banana ban at BBC
As awareness of allergies increases we’re seeing unusual items banned from workplaces – from peanut-free schools to prohibited plants.
Eat well, work well: your staff need salad
Want to boost productivity? Encourage employees to eat better and they’ll work harder
Aussie law would 'end workplace banter'
Workplace banter could soon be a thing of the past if Australia's draft anti-discrimination and harassment laws get passed
Toronto Star fined over worker injury
One of the country’s biggest newspapers will pay more than $100k after a worker was injured while cleaning a machine