A new study found that the use of smileys and emojis at work is bringing down the workplace
HR professionals are being challenged by the accelerated pace of change and niche technologies that are arising
Savvy employers are taking advantage of a rare chance to review and amend employee entitlements that can be ‘anachronistic’ and see them overpaying.
Many people associate fast food employment with low-wages, entry-level opportunities. The Chief People Officer at McDonald's is on a mission to change that.
When recruiting for a role that requires staff to talk to clients over the phone, what can HR do if an applicant suffers from a speech impediment? HC investigates...
When a US television personality bought a putrid-smelling scented candle for his office, his staff set about plotting their revenge.
A law firm who sought to help out a local university and get some free advertising at the same time has resulted in a commercial so terrible that even the partners were lost for words.
From cute and quirky to the downright bizarre, we’ve all seen our fair share of strange sign offs – but are you leaving a bad impression at the bottom of your email?
HRD talks to Renae Harding about the best way to handle sensitive and emotional sexual harassment allegations
Some ATO workers are complaining that hot-desking is posing health and safety problems
HR needs to take workplace culture much more seriously, according to an Australian academic