Job diversification: soccer player and pest control
A highly paid soccer pro found out the hard way that sometimes doing someone else’s job ends badly when he decided to deal with a pitch invader.
Boss assigns child’s homework to staff
From time to time your boss may assign you a job outside of your role description – but having to do your boss’ daughter’s homework may be pushing things way too far.
Holy hiring issues, Batman. You need a recruiter
It’s not easy being the city’s greatest crime fighter, but maybe Batman should stick to what he’s good at and leave the hard jobs – hiring the right candidate – to the experts.
The world’s shortest interview?
Pizza Hut is looking for their next social media guru, but candidates only have 140 seconds to apply.
Exit stage left, with grace
If you’ve just been fired, you might want to take a leaf out of former Groupon CEO Andrew Mason’s book.
Fake bishop tries to sneak into Vatican meeting
Could there be fakes in our midst? A man dressed in fake ecclesiastical robes was escorted out of a closed-door Vatican meeting this week.
Clueless HR coming to the small screen
Lifetime, an American cable network, is producing a pilot episode for a new television series entitled ‘HR’ starring Alicia Silverstone. What can we expect?
Professor fired over in class porn
Oops! Even when class is over, you don't know who might be watching - especially when you're streaming online.
Fake it til you make it?
There might be some truth in that old saying – according to research by the University of Kansas, forcing oneself to front a smile can actually positively reduce stress levels.
Attention Yahoos: more memos from HR
In the most notorious HR memo of all time, Yahoo announced the end of full-time teleworking at her organization. What else are they cracking down on?