HR and social technology: A perfect match?
Social software is all the rage these days. In a world where social connectivity is viewed as a key point of interaction, workplaces across North America have benefited from this software.
Caring for the office cry baby
Let’s face it, crying at work happens – even Facebook’s COO Sheryl Sandberg admits to having shed tears in the office, but how can it best be managed?
'Social Climbing' for HR professionals
Social climbing has taken on new meaning for human resources managers as they arduously work to incorporate social media and other new, friendly ways of communication into their relationships into their corporate culture. Are you employing all of these five key strategies?
Wanted: Grandfather, salary negotiable
A recent Craigslist position requires applicants to have at least ten years' experience as -- wait for it -- a granddad.
Is your mobile website turning off talent?
A lack of mobile compatibility could reflect poorly on employer branding, as job seekers dismiss prospective employers due to an unfriendly mobile experience.
Part-timers terrorizing businesses
Mischievous part-time staffers have started a new trend by posting photos of their inappropriate work antics on social media sites, much to the chagrin of their employers.
Cultivate your next star: Turn interns into employees
Many organizations have an internship program out of obligation or tradition, but most are missing the opportunity to turn interns into the next star employees.
"Epic fail": Is that really your LinkedIn profile photo?
Once upon a time resumes rarely, if ever, contained a photo of the candidate. Now things are different. Here's a list of what not to do with your LinkedIn profile photo...
Facebook addiction? We’ll shock you out of it
A study has suggested Facebook and Twitter are more addictive than cigarettes and alcohol. Enter the 'Pavlov Poke', a 'shocking' aversion therapy device.
Teaching assistant wins payout after phallic-shaped straw snap sacking
Mom-of-two unfairly fired over bad behaviour and inappropriate Facebook photos is to be compensated more than $25,000.