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.
Encouraging workers to browse their social networks or to take a load off with the newspaper may seem like a recipe for disaster – but it’s not the bludge fest you might think.
Office spaces are shrinking, and workplace consultants have identified a new affliction plaguing workers as a result: ‘sardine rage’.
Scientists have said individuals with some psychopathic traits – such as being ruthless and callous – might actually be good for business.
Despite over a quarter of employees meeting their long-term partner at work, new data has revealed workers aren’t happy when their colleagues get cuddly at the photocopier.
A German public servant has retired with a bang by sending an email to more than 500 co-workers which said he earned $917,000 without doing a single day’s work.
Most execs have sent an email to the wrong person, and a new survey has shed light on just how bad the mess-ups have been – from simple embarrassment to breaches of employees’ privacy.
While drinking on the job may be taboo, a new study has shown that a moderate amount of alcohol aids creative problem-solving.
The glitz and glamour of the TV series Mad Men could be driving a trend among career administrative staff to return to the title of ‘secretary’.
For this HR star, a major challenge facing the industry is finding solutions to the work/life balance issue amid the rapid pace of change.
Remember when just one mobile was the size (and weight) of a brick? Well execs are still whining despite slim-line phones and devices, but happy with work/social separation.