Employees at one of the world’s largest airports are to be trained to interact with children’s imaginary friends, as the company strives to become the world’s first ‘imaginary friend friendly’ airport.
A British company has ‘promoted’ its humanoid robot, which now occupies the position of chief morale officer.
Police had to be called when one UK woman refused to accept she hadn’t been offered the position.
Employers around the globe are being encouraged to recognise the benefits of allowing pets in the workplace as a part of a global initiative.
HR managers will be shaking their heads in disbelief at some of the inappropriate, offensive – and not to mention illegal – inquiries.
The boss of an Illinois trucking company answered one judge’s public plea to employ a desperate jobseeker.
A restauranteur has shot to internet fame after he refused to sugar-coat the job advertisement for second-in-command.
At 260 metres long and covering the area of three football fields, this company’s new headquarters is a colossal tribute to Star Trek.
One HR expert claims that there are certain things today’s leaders are doing to push away their best workers – is your company guilty of these?
Australia's second largest bank has announced a hiring freeze in its Australian operations while denying that hundreds of jobs in New Zealand are at risk.
The CEO of a US firm swears by one interview question that he says tells him whether or not candidates really want the position.