One shareholder rights advocate called it a “disturbing” breach of privacy
From video surveillance to biometric identification, we can now collect more information than ever before about our employees but this information also create all sorts of new legal challenges. HRM looks into this legal minefield, with some surprising results.
Terminating an employee is rarely straightforward, but when the employee is on maternity leave, the issue is fraught with complexity (and legal risk). HRM looks into the legal issues for HR.
If you’re going to burn the bridge, why not have a bit of fun with it? Here are HC’s craziest last day hijinks.
Blackberry’s HR problems just seem to be escalating as the company faces a civil suit from a former manager they once accused of theft.
There’s lots of push for HR and employers to support employee health in a range of ways. But does it actually work?
Having a series of short tenures at companies may seem like a red flag, but it turns out those applicants are just as likely to stick around
HR beware! Some job seekers are understanding when they’re rejected, while others mail cat poo to dozens of people who reject them.
It’s all about delivering on target.
It’s not all ice and snow – Olympians have to pay the bills too. So what do these athletes do with their nine to five?
From politics to policies - HRD looks at the newsmakers in HR this week.