Candidates are going to extreme lengths to get to the top of the resumé pile – from unusual to downright creepy
What’s the dirtiest job in your office? It can’t compete with what one European church has to clean up…
If you lost $20,000 of your employers’ money you’d want a good excuse too, but if those employers are drug dealers a police note might not be your best bet.
How far would a candidate go to work for your company? A US job hunter has sent his application viral
Sedentary office workers are in for a rude awakening – new on the market is a ‘sitting pad’ which makes a loud beep every 30 minutes to remind them to move their butt.
Elite hiring – throw out your expensive and complicated psychometric tests, your behavioural interviewing, and your assessment centres – do you see yourself getting smashed with this person?
The ‘f’ word has crept its way into the lexicon of offices everywhere. What sort of alternatives are out there to this most versatile of words?
Modern machines aim to be silent – from the latest MacBook Air to Hybrid cars, the sounds of industry are gone. To honour a bygone era, here’s a fantastic little piece of music recreating the pre-digital workplace.
There are those who delight in the task of buying someone they’ve barely spoken to in the office a gift worth $10. There are others who would rather munch on broken glass.
Feeling guilty about eating too much chocolate? Well, don’t – it might help to achieve at a higher level.
It’s been an interesting week in pay gap debate – from pay-gap lattes to monkey’s who won’t stand for anything less than equality, maybe the pay gap stoush is going global.