A comic shop worker who took to social media to complain about language used in the workplace claimed she was fired because of it.
It looks like the old saying is true – the free lunches that companies like Facebook and Twitter offer employees may come to an end, after attracting IRS scrutiny.
Not to be left out of current hiring trends, the mob is jumping on the social media bandwagon to recruit new members.
Statistics from some of the world’s biggest technology companies show that their workforces are still predominantly male. Are diversity initiatives the answer to addressing the gender imbalance?
Angela Atkins of Elephant HR looks at why companies need to create "candidate stickiness" and how they can do so.
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.
Often conduct complained about in the workplace is not actually bullying behaviour
Think jobseekers are not doing their homework when it comes to checking out employers? Think again
A workplace investigation can turn into a fully-fledged fiasco more likely to start a fire than put one out