Candidates are going to extreme lengths to get to the top of the resumé pile – from unusual to downright creepy
That’s the hope one California start-up has after releasing what is possibly the most bizarre desk on the market.
That’s the claim several Twitter users made after reading an outrageous ad seeking “Miss Moneypenny cum Bree Van de Kamp.”
LinkedIn has gathered anecdotes from hiring managers around the world to compile a re-enactment of the funniest (and most bizarre) job interview experiences.
One company has promoted a humanoid robot known as Norris to the position of Chief Morale Officer – should we be worried?
Employees are adopting novel ways to pass workplace drug tests but one official worries the law won’t help employers take action.
Police had to be called when one UK woman refused to accept she hadn’t been offered the position.
HR managers will be shaking their heads in disbelief at some of the inappropriate, offensive – and not to mention illegal – inquiries.
The boss of an Illinois trucking company answered one judge’s public plea to employ a desperate jobseeker.
Walmart are taking drastic steps to keep workers happy – by scrapping the incessant cycle of overplayed songs.
A restauranteur has shot to internet fame after he refused to sugar-coat the job advertisement for second-in-command.