Most resignations letters are a cut-and-paste affair with formal language and a respectful tone. Most. Not all.
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A multinational CHRO was shocked to learn his company was unknowingly engaged in unethical practices overseas. Here’s how he fixed it.
Flexible working hours may work to some employees’ advantage, but is it really possible to perform a senior role part-time?
A new study says the average employee receives 1,738 inane emails every year – how many of these email subjects do you recognise?
The Indian government were left more than a little red-faced when it emerged one employee had been on sick leave since 1990.
A pair of Canadian public services employees landed in hot water when a colleague came across the treat they’d brought to work for themselves.
If your team has a few working fathers on side then it’s time to take notice of one new study.
Employee satisfaction surveys are always an eye opener – HR manager Kaitlyn Annaert says she had no idea how important the small things were until she conducted a survey in her workplace.
The editor-in-chief of a major Fairfax newspaper has resigned following an alleged incident involving a young reporter
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