Twitter faces age discrimination suit
Tech companies are famous for their young founders and youthful workforce, but that trend might have backfired on one major social media company.
How to recruit “passive candidates”
The talent your organization needs might be right under your nose, in the form of “passive candidates” – workers who are open to new job opportunities, but aren’t actively looking for them.
CEOs Talk Leadership: Peter Aceto
With nearly 1,000 employees in Canada, Tangerine (formerly ING DIRECT) is the country’s leading direct bank. Between a recent rebranding, and keeping his 14,600 Twitter followers informed, Peter Aceto makes employee engagement a priority for his organization.
Adobe bids adieu to performance reviews
HRM talks to Adobe’s HR chief about why and how they ditched performance reviews in favor of ongoing check-ins
Security guard’s holiday request goes viral
An email mix-up led to an employee’s holiday request going viral and spawning its own Twitter campaign.
The health risks of desk jobs: What can HR do?
A new survey reinforces the health risks facing people in desk jobs, including weight gain, vitamin deficiency and eye strain. What can HR do to turn around the trends?
Eating without silverware: why professional development is vital to business success
Leadership trainer and author Kyle Willkom shares what he's learned about HR from dining etiquette
The most puzzling social recruiting campaign we’ve ever seen
This security agency is offering lessons in finding the right talent. Its approach might be ingenious, or just utterly confusing - either way you need to see this.
Lighter side: Nonsensical tweets land exec in hot water
Tweeting insults about colleagues, even nonsensical ones, is a sure-fire way to land yourself in trouble, as former PayPal director of strategy Rakesh Agrawal discovered.
Another Twitter disaster, another HR lesson
Here’s another reason why HR needs to be involved in the social media process, if only to arrange training and establish good policies.