The world’s largest sports and entertainment marketing agency has revealed its latest SVP of people and culture.
A new study claims shorter work days are actually more cost effective for companies in the long-run.
A leading academic has criticized one company for its plans to microchip 150 employees, saying it’s a worrying sign of the times.
The national food outlet finally settled late last week following a six-year legal battle with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.
A leading financial institution is South East Asia is outdoing competitors when it comes to sought-after benefits.
All 21,000 employees – from senior execs to cafeteria workers – will receive the same bonus after a record year of sales.
Nineteen employees have been jailed for taking part in violent protests at India’s largest automobile factory.
The European Union’s highest court says employers have the right to ban Islamic headscarves and other visible religious symbols.
The reasons for dismissal are usually attributed to the same old causes: negligence, poor performance, toxic work attitude... But could a US truck driver have been fired for his accent?
In a tongue-and-cheek case of gender discrimination, men were charged 10% more for coffee at a mobile cart in New Zealand this week.
A New Zealand caregiver who quit his job after being called a ‘dirty homosexual’ by a colleague has accused his former employer of turning a blind eye. Is your organization championing tolerance?