Lunch at desk most depressing
In some offices it’s good form to work through lunch, but a recent study found workers get a happiness boost from eating outside.
Top attributes of the mediocre manager
Irresponsible, panicky, stressed - what makes a poor manager, and could you be one?
Make the most of training
Training can sometimes be seen as all cost and low benefit, but some modern options can be affordable and affective.
Which of these top mistakes have you made?
The former head of Merril Lynch takes on HR pros and their biggest common errors – from stack rankings to disrespect
Union threatens to pull $1b pension investments from RBC
A group of BC construction unions are say they will pull $1 billion in investments from RBC over plans to outsource jobs to temporary foreign workers.
Use psychometrics to improve health and safety
Could psychometric assessment boost health and safety in your organization?
Time off for charity work can improve retention
Allow staff paid time off to engage in charity work and you could boost retention and motivation at the same time as positively associating your company with a community cause.
Using technology to, like, engage young workers
There can be a disconnect between head office and younger workers, especially in retail. So how is one US retailer keeping their crew connected?
Women less likely to reap benefits
It may be counter-intuitive, but your male employees are more likely to make use of flexible work arrangements or other benefits than your female staff, according to new research.
Protect your company from internal damage
A recent case has highlighted the need for companies to put strategies in place to protect their businesses from internal fraud.