Workers suffering domestic or sexual violence would be eligible for job-protected leave
Since time wastage can lead to plummeting productivity levels in the workplace, what can HR do to prevent this without resorting to drastic measures?
We asked one HR leader about how societal shifts affect HR and what we can expect in the coming year.
One top commentator says organizations are failing to represent normal women in the workplace – opting for a “babes-only” approach instead.
While it is often assumed leaders need specific characteristics to achieve positive results, one CEO says to look at US politics to see where these qualities can actually be toxic.
A non-profit organization is asking the government to support a program which could see out-of-work tradespeople given valuable retraining.
While retaining high potential staff is of top priority for any business, most tend to tackle this through traditional methods which ultimately don’t work anymore.
The global leader has urged HR professionals not to overlook youngsters, who want more than a steady job and a decent pay packet.
Sadly, it’s a common element in many organizations but one top academic says HR can train their employees to adapt.
Shorter, faster and more efficient than the typical annual review, the pulse survey is the new poster child for accurate, real-time staff feedback.
One disappointing aspect of HR is setting a big project into action only to see it sputter out later on. We talked to one HR director about avoiding this scenario.