Lighter side: Don’t you know who I am?
It doesn’t usually pay to throw your job title around, even if you are very busy and very important.
Lighter side: Graduate channels David Brent
After 100 rejections, a frustrated job seeker in the UK has channelled Ricky Gervais to impress would-be employers.
Lighter side: People who screwed up their one job…
From recruitment ads that need a good proofing, to suggestive company logos that beggar belief, these workplace fails had us chuckling.
Lighter Side: The best (worst?) ways people have quit
This week we saw a TV reporter quit on air, but she is far from the most creative resigning employee.
Lighter Side: Who’s the most productive worker around, or not?
Home may be where the heart is but does it also hold the key to employee retention?
Lighter side: Welcome to the hamster race
Sitting, standing, transforming, treadmill... the past few years have seen a lot of desk adaptations, but at least one office has embraced running in one spot.
Lighter side: The Google perk that surprised even Google
How did these clever folks at Google avoid paying rent or mortgage payments for months, if not years?
Lighter side: Bizarre resume claims
Have you ever received a CV from someone who claimed to be a Nobel Prize nominee? How about someone who “looks good holding things”?
Lighter side: Jobs that only exist in one place
Traffic zebras and professional carpoolers – if you fancy one of these unique jobs, you'll most likely have to move to another country.
Lighter side: Workers who take living the job to a new level
Google provides its employees with so many perks that some of them have reportedly made work their home as well.