A leading figure in the HR tech field says recent developments are pushing the industry to reinvent itself.
Five of the firm’s senior leadership team are women – something CEO Matthew Corrin says is down to fair and bias-free recruitment.
Previously criticized for only publishing a summary, the board has now provided more information about its recent bullying scandal.
Portals and tracking sensors could seem intrusive, but at least Big Brother knows how you take your coffee
They might not work for you anymore but an ex-employee can still be held accountable if they sully your name online.
Hiding devices in lights and ID badges, your boss can legally track you everywhere but the bathroom
A Toronto bar has said it will terminate the worker who created a “derogatory and insensitive” sign.
HR professionals can drive better results if they tell an engaging story with a hero at the centre.
We talk to Alan Heyward about how companies can drive positive behavioural change.
Executives face internal pressure, even threats to quit, unless ties to Trump are severed