Workers at one company are looking forward to the next Game of Thrones premier more than most after bosses promised them the following morning off.
Do professors “talk in other people’s sleep” and pilots mostly stare out windows?
Only in Hollywood would an employee’s embarrassing drunken behaviour include scaling the walls of another A-lister’s home.
Is it time to start Xmas party planning already? Let’s hope you don’t have the same experience as the apocryphal HR director in this tale of eggnog and woe.
Fortunately (or unfortunately), it’s that time of the year again: Movember. Yes, it’s the annual grow-a-thon that incites endless office banter, and a lot of ‘tasche comparing and contrasting.
A Las Vegas city official has said she regrets re-naming a street after the famous band, but said she had performed due diligence.
A New Mexico hotel worker claims he was fired for complimenting Jennifer Aniston – and therefore breaking the hotel’s confidentiality policy.
Think your life would be easier if your company had fewer, well, people? Scientists are always finding new ways to replace men on the ground.
While job candidates frequently try to make themselves stand out, Brazilian political candidates are taking that one step forward to incorporate famous names into their candidacy.
It sounds like the plot of a Hollywood blockbuster – the teen who was repeatedly able to hack the iPhone’s operating system from his basement. So impressed, they hired him.
A UK wedding coordinator’s job is presumably on the chopping block after committing the cardinal sin: insulting a bride-to-be.