Adidas CHRO: Putting HR back in the boardroom
With over 60,000 employees worldwide, global sports brand adidas is a household name – with an impressive people strategy to match
How can HR harness the power of hackathons?
When you think of a hackathon, what exactly do you see?
When can HR sue an employee for defamation?
The topic of defamation is one which has the propensity to strike fear into the hearts of even hardened employers and HR professional alike
How should HR balance AI and ethics?
HR tech is evolving at an alarming pace
C-Suite talks HR: Top challenges for HR leaders revealed
Anthony Ariganello talks to us about GenZ, the skills gap and the multigenerational workforce
Ask a lawyer: Can HR fire an employee for bad body odour?
Working alongside a foul-smelling colleague is not an ideal situation for any of us
C-Suite talks HR: Chris Taylor, CHRO at Best Buy Canada
A staple of the high-street, Best Buy is a household name across the world. With over 125,000 employees across 1,000 locations in the U.S., Mexico and Canada
How should HR deal with religious accommodation requests?
We talked to employment lawyer, Jean-Alexandre De Bousquet, who gave us his take on the sensitive issue
When can you legally change an employment contract?
Over time, practices and conventions that develop in an employment relationship can become fundamental terms of that person's contract
C-Suite talks HR: Alim Dhanji, COO at The LGBT Foundation
Equality doesn't have to mean disadvantaging one for the benefit of the other