Employment in Canada increased by 42,800 jobs from February to March
HR guru Dave Ulrich reflects on why some people still hate HR and provides some suggestions on how to promote positive views of the best profession in the world.
Google was once known for asking job candidates unusual and complicated questions, but it has done away with brain teasers in favour of behavioural interviews. Here’s a look at some of the most bizarre questions put to interviewees.
A US company has disciplined workers for “excessive use of the bathroom” and installed a swipe card system to monitor bathroom use.
Guaranteed to make you smile. It’s easy for HR to get wrapped up in data and numbers, but a school in the UK has a reminder that all employees are valuable.
HR leaders at the computing giant will be working overtime to manage the massive layoffs announced today.
Do you wake up feeling energized, or dreading the work day ahead? Are you in a role where you can be yourself, or do you feel like the “ugly duckling” of the profession? Here’s how to tell if you’re in the right job.
A qualified professional who wasn’t getting any work found one little change on his resume fixed things, but this isn’t good news.
Some managers like their routine, but amping up your review process could get you real time results – and a more dedicated staff.
Tech companies are famous for their young founders and youthful workforce, but that trend might have backfired on one major social media company.
Canadians on average are getting too little sleep – what does that mean for your organization?