Coffee, treats and over-the-top resumes – would these work on you?
HR managers report receiving everything from bribes, cards and invitations to coffee from hopeful applicants. Does it ever work?
Outwit, outplay, outlast: new hires pitted against each other
A challenge a day, and the weakest is sent home for good – one lawyer is taking inspiration from TV as he hunts for a new associate.
Are crazy questions actually useful?
Google CEO asks people to teach him something he doesn’t know. Are these interview tactics helpful, or hindering?
Anger room: add it to your perks list today
Ever get so frustrated at work you want to smash something? Try installing an anger room – the only rules are no BYO machetes or chainsaws.
Work stress could be a health benefit
Stress might not be quite the villain it has been painted as – it seems short-term stress can be a big health booster.
Cute animal photos good for workers
Did you roll your eyes at the latest puppy video making the email rounds? New research indicates you should pass it on to all your staff to help them work more accurately.
Are you thinking six steps ahead?
Like a chess player or pool pro, HR should be thinking strategically six steps ahead to make sure they’re set up to achieve the long term goals.
Ten ways to improve your hiring success
Are your recruitment efforts paying off? If not, here are 10 basic, but effective, ways to improve your hiring process...
Onerous OHSA duties see more than $200k in fines
Two recent cases emphasize the hefty health and safety responsibilities faced by employers
Dime crime: Fired for 50-year-old prank
You might think that after 50 years you’d left your youthful hijinks behind, but you’d be surprised what can come out in the wash.