Five things leaders can’t do without
Successful business leaders are known for their eccentricities, and the choice of travel companions appears to be no exception.
Now hiring: ambulances to transport busy execs
Russian businessmen have found a sneaky way to beat rush hour traffic, hiring ambulances to get them from A to B.]
Power nap on the boardroom table?
Alongside ever growing hours spent at work, would you consider, or advise your employees, to take a nap in an empty room? That’s the official word in Canberra.
Weird workers comp claims: shrill voice kills hearing
Court shoots down claim that a shrill voice that “shrieked, cackled and chortled” above nightclub music levels damaged coworker's hearing.
Ten things you may not know about papal recruitment
You probably do know about the white smoke vs. black smoke, but here are 10 even odder facts about one of the highest profile recruitment processes in the world.
Moonlighting: US baristas give customers a show with their coffee
It’s not uncommon to have a second job – it’s less common to get paid for extra services while at work, but three US baristas figured out a flashy way to make more money.
Job diversification: soccer player and pest control
A highly paid soccer pro found out the hard way that sometimes doing someone else’s job ends badly when he decided to deal with a pitch invader.
Boss assigns child’s homework to staff
From time to time your boss may assign you a job outside of your role description – but having to do your boss’ daughter’s homework may be pushing things way too far.
Holy hiring issues, Batman. You need a recruiter
It’s not easy being the city’s greatest crime fighter, but maybe Batman should stick to what he’s good at and leave the hard jobs – hiring the right candidate – to the experts.
The world’s shortest interview?
Pizza Hut is looking for their next social media guru, but candidates only have 140 seconds to apply.