How many of these bizarre explanations has your HR team heard?
How would you react if the resume for someone named 4Real came across your desk? How about ‘Mafia No Fear’ or ‘Midnight Chardonnay’?
Blue-collared workers are the highest users of maths in the workplace a new study has revealed.
If a recent study is to be believed, every extra letter in a person’s first name may reduce his or her annual salary by US$3,600.
A school in Washington state raised a few eyebrows last week when it turned the old cliché of days off for bad weather on its head, offering a “sun day” to its staff and students
That’s one way to hang on to employees: a New York realtor is giving his employees a financial incentive to get the company logo tattooed on their bodies.
In an excerpt from the July 1943 edition of a publication called 'Transportation Magazine', male supervisors received some useful advice about managing women in the workplace.
As far as job specifications go, it’s not your typical list: must have loud voice and be willing to brave the elements for three weeks.
Just in case any evidence was needed that employees take their coffee extremely seriously, an email outlining in fastidious detail the last known whereabouts of a worker’s favourite mug has gone viral.
A.J. Clemente’s first words as an anchor on a live news show were a bit blue – and there was no time for beeping.
It’s an important HR rule that the guidelines and policies apply equally to management as front line staff. One US judge took that to heart, finding himself in contempt of court.