Report calls for a shift away from the hierarchical structure of the workplace.
A recent Ontario case is highlighting the importance for employers to train staff in accommodating all disabilities – even the invisible ones.
One leading academic explains exactly what schadenfreude is, why it’s present in most workplaces and how HR can stamp it out.
Great ideas are often stifled because too many managers are afraid to take risks, warns one leading academic.
The art historian says she was sacked for talking to students about famous abstract paintings depicting vaginas.
One high-profile author has come under fire for suggesting “me-ternity” leave – time off specifically for employees without kids.
The former employee returned to his office two weeks after he was dismissed before taking his own life and that of a supervisor.
Unsurprisingly, the company plays hard-ball when it comes to finding the right candidate for the job.
How one global software firm kitted out a VW camper and took its search for elusive candidates overseas.
If you’ve got your eye on the top HR job, you better start working on a plan, says ones HR leadership guru.
A recent Ontario case has proved that contracts signed after employment has commenced may not be legally binding.