Struggling retail giant will axe 2900 jobs and shut dozens of stores in restructure
One leading employment lawyer goes over the revolutionary ruling that overturns a line of case law more than 30 years in the making.
The high-profile CEO, who has no plans to leave the company, said she was disappointed by the media’s sexist approach.
From brightly-dyed hair to beanies, workers will have much more freedom to express themselves in the coffee shop.
The international delivery service has come under fire for a particularly contentious clause in its employment contract.
At least 19 people have died and dozens are injured after a knife-wielding man attacked a facility for the disabled.
Having postponed ratification, disgruntled physicians will now get a direct vote on the deal.
Home runs are exciting, says one R&R expert, but HR shouldn’t forget to celebrate the smaller successes.
Employees learn transferrable skills but they can just as easily forget them, warns one expert in the field.
Management at a Chinese company forced their workers to eat the bitter vegetable ‘as a punishment for not meeting targets’, reports claim.
One HR leader talks to HRM about the qualities needed to successfully bring about organisational and personal change.