The senior VP of HR at NexJ Systems offers her advice on how HR professionals can prove the value of tech to their senior leaders
A public servant has lost a legal bid to have taxpayers pay for a uni degree to help her recover from a workplace injury
Strong HR policies covering conduct and discrimination will go a long way to preventing offensive comments in the workplace, lawyers say.
A pharmaceutical company has been ordered to pay $21,000 after unfairly dismissing a man who combined a work trip with a jazz festival.
HC takes a closer look at IBM’s new appraisal system, which has been designed with direct input from employees.
Is your personal mindset decreasing performance levels in your company?
You might be surprised about the legal reality behind these commonly-held views about workplace investigations.
HR professionals who choose not to employ someone because of a dark criminal past need to navigate a web of state, federal and international obligations.
New research has found there is a disconnect between what employees really want and what their employers think they want
Tesla has replaced HR head Arnnon Geshuri following detailed safety concerns at the company's Fremont, California assembly plant.
Charmaine Loratet, People & Culture Director, Ascender, explains why HR professionals have an obligation to review all facts at hand