Less formal approach to bullying dilemma
A workplace bullying expert is calling upon employers and employees to take a step back from formal complaints, and to consider other options.
Times are a changin': doing more with less
Despite a climate of constrained budgets and a continuous need to do more with less, a majority of public sector organisations do not highly prioritise innovation. How can this change?
UK CEO shares the largesse
In a gesture that may renew some people’s faith in executive integrity, the CEO of UK retailer Next will share his multi-million bonus with 19,400 employees.
HR job market stalling
The first quarter of 2013 has ushered in new junior and intermediate HR positions, but little other growth.
Women less likely to reap benefits
It may be counter-intuitive, but your male employees are more likely to make use of flexible work arrangements or other benefits than your female staff, according to new research.
How to lead like Maggie Thatcher
Whatever you think of her politics, the Iron Lady sure had a distinctive leadership style. What lessons are there to be learned from it?
How psychometrics might improve health and safety
Organisations should embrace the use of psychometric assessment to improve their health and safety cultures, according to practitioners in the field.
Five things leaders can’t do without
Successful business leaders are known for their eccentricities, and the choice of travel companions appears to be no exception.
Time to fire men, and people with PhDs
An annual survey on time-wasting at work has revealed that more employees are wasting time on a daily basis this year than last year. Time to panic?
Which of your workers pass the Twitter “Fire Me” test?
It’s easy to forget the public nature of the internet – your boss doesn’t follow you on Twitter, so who cares if you tweet a message of hate, or a casual threat? A new app from Germany hopes to remind people that public messages mean anyone ...