Are you ready for increasing worker injury costs?
Plan ahead now: the aging workforce could mean more injuries and higher workers comp claims.
Stop your confidential information from walking out the door
The departure of sensitive information along with a valued employee is a persistent threat to business – how can HR minimise the impact?
Misbehaving cops reprimanded
Who watches the watchmen? Toronto Police Chief has a problem with police employees behaving badly and breaking rules.
Probation periods are for probing – so use them
During the probationary period, you should be doing far more than check the new employee’s work is up to scratch. Here’s how.
Leaders’ lack of social media savvy holding firms back
Resistance to change and a lack of social media understanding among leaders is stifling innovation and transparency, says research
School fires unwed mother-to-be; hires baby’s father
A US Christian college has revealed a double standard in its own ethical code when it fired an unmarried pregnant woman for premarital sex, only to hire her partner.
Capturing your staff’s collective wisdom
The concept of ‘employee voice’ has taken a backseat to ‘employee engagement’ recently, but it might be time to reconsider it.
Height, weight and more: US company penalizes employees who don’t share private data
Your company pays part of their healthcare costs, so do you have the right to demand information about their height, weight and other health indicators?
What gets measured gets done – bank CEO
A UN initiative recently awarded the Bank of New Zealand’s CEO with a leadership award for his success in promoting gender equality. How did he do it?
At 11am on Monday, US employees are probably job hunting
Here’s something to add on to the Monday Blues – employees are no longer being discreet about their job hunts, hunting even while on the job, according to new data.