This is one resignation HR didn’t see coming, but the job she’s taken instead is just as surprising.
A small business owner claims he had compassionate reasons for terminating an employee recently diagnosed with cancer.
A comic shop worker who took to social media to complain about language used in the workplace claimed she was fired because of it.
Not to be left out of current hiring trends, the mob is jumping on the social media bandwagon to recruit new members.
With social media becoming a popular platform for sharing information, it can be difficult to be heard amongst the noise. Publisher Blaise van Hecke explains how books are fast becoming an effective alternative.
An American beauty queen has been exposed for furthering her career at the expense of her employer, after a photo of her clad in a bikini and stilettos left her with nowhere to hide.
A Unilever exec reveals the company’s groundbreaking initiatives against administrative gridlock and employee sluggishness.
Are your reward and recognition providers lying to you? HR blogger Paul Hebert takes on the industry’s biggest lies.
Ottawa Hospital HR leaders have fired a team member who breached privacy requirements by discussing a senator’s hospital stay.
Social media is playing an increasingly large part in recruitment and employer branding, but it can also help HR professionals position themselves to move forward in their field.