Plasticity Labs – the app that’s already improving workplace happiness
Happier, healthier workplaces could be on the horizon thanks to one athlete’s unlikely illness.
Lighter side: Grocery chain’s internal memo goes viral
An international grocery chain has accidentally posted an internal memo in a very public place.
Lighter Side: The best (worst?) ways people have quit
This week we saw a TV reporter quit on air, but she is far from the most creative resigning employee.
Books: The new business card?
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.
How to go from headhunter to headhunted
As HR professionals, we’re used to keeping an eye on the top talent we want to lure to our organization. Here’s how to turn the tables and get noticed by headhunters.
#Success: Using social media to advance your career
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.
Unfortunate honesty: Young executives and their digital footprint
The transparency of social media will lead to a generation of politicians with nowhere to hide. Will this also impact the C-suite, and what should HR do about it?
Twitter faces age discrimination suit
Tech companies are famous for their young founders and youthful workforce, but that trend might have backfired on one major social media company.
How to recruit “passive candidates”
The talent your organization needs might be right under your nose, in the form of “passive candidates” – workers who are open to new job opportunities, but aren’t actively looking for them.
CEOs Talk Leadership: Peter Aceto
With nearly 1,000 employees in Canada, Tangerine (formerly ING DIRECT) is the country’s leading direct bank. Between a recent rebranding, and keeping his 14,600 Twitter followers informed, Peter Aceto makes employee engagement a priority for his organization.