HR lessons from LeBron
NBA superstar LeBron James is heading home to Cleveland, where he got his career start. HRM looks at the pros and cons of rehiring former employees.
All in the family: Forget the Status Quo
From childcare to eldercare, ‘family status’ is no longer a straightforward issue. With rapidly changing definitions, HR policy is struggling to keep pace. Employment lawyer Gita Anand, with Miller Thomson LLP, provides a briefing
Hashtag: I quit – unique resignation letter goes viral
Young professional quits job with epic resignation leader littered with hashtags and catty comments about her former colleagues.
A culture that brings people back
What sets EY, formerly Ernst & Young, apart that means when people leave, they keep on coming back for more?
Harnessing the talent boomerang
Employees are at the heart of EY, the Big Four firm formerly known as Ernst & Young. Its Global Managing Partner of People, takes HRM through the firm’s re-branding exercise and shares how its strong networks keep past employees coming back for more
Hey employer you’re looking mighty attractive
A new survey reveals what companies have the most appeal to prospective employees.
Cracking the job listing code
Every industry has its jargon – keep this decoder hidden so the employees don’t translate their job descriptions!
Fit for work: healthy employees get more done
Think what your workers eat and how they use their downtime is none of your business? It could be affecting your bottom line.
Birthday party for boss blows embezzler’s cover
It’s a nice gesture to throw the boss a party, but if the spending seems extravagant it might be time for an internal audit. One US company discovered major fraud after a worker spent large on an event.
Is insufficient pay chasing your workers away?
They say staff leave managers, not jobs, but it seems employees don’t agree, with bad pay topping the list of reasons to quit