A Las Vegas city official has said she regrets re-naming a street after the famous band, but said she had performed due diligence.
Fortunately (or unfortunately), it’s that time of the year again: Movember. Yes, it’s the annual grow-a-thon that incites endless office banter, and a lot of ‘tasche comparing and contrasting.
It’s the buzz word of the HR profession, but are employers really prepared to offer ‘mobility’ to employees?
What’s important to workers around the world varies widely according to the culture and accepted workplace norms – so what makes your international workforce tick?
Another year and Melbourne Cup festivities are already next week – have you got the right risk management strategies in place?
Do HR professionals have the IR skills required to navigate the complex landscape of industrial disputes? You told us a resounding ‘no’.
A UK wedding coordinator’s job is presumably on the chopping block after committing the cardinal sin: insulting a bride-to-be.
Without prior consultation with industry, Treasury axed the in-house benefits tax concession in salary packaging – no new agreements can now be entered into.
Forget smoke breaks – it is text messaging and smartphones causing the biggest disruptions to work flow in Australian organisations.
The length of tenure of newly appointed Australian CEO’s is far below the international average and a worrying trend for HR directors to grapple with.
A former staffer at Seven has filed an adverse action claim after allegedly experiencing shame and anxiety
A man is claiming his former company is in breach of the Fair Work Act after alleged bullying by the CEO
Here’s how one company is using a passive workplace design to boost employee wellbeing