- Lunch time frugality comes at a price
There’s lots of pressure to be pennywise these days and taking a packed lunch to work is a good way to save some dough. Unless of course you spend $300 on a designer paper bag...
- Intern penetrates high-level Coalition policy meeting
Pre-internship screening fail: the Australian National University was this week left red-faced after it was discovered a student who had been assigned an internship with the Liberal party was a former Labor candidate.
- Veterans fume over HR’s $52k spend on ‘funny’ videos
In the tight fiscal climate of the United States, eyebrows have been raised over the $52k a government HR department spent on producing a spoof video to show at conferences.
- HR worst at leaving personal life at home
Think you’re good at separating work and home? New stats say HR professionals spend the most time talking about home – and are most likely to share secrets with colleagues.
- Jay Leno takes pay cut to save jobs
As many as 25 staff at US network NBC were saved from the redundancy chopping block thanks to an eleventh hour self-imposed pay cut by the veteran host.
- Police officer misinterprets the law
Perhaps a few more information days or training sessions could have prevented this embarrassing error for West Australian police.