Struggling to find top talent for your organisation? Put yourself in the shoes of this national spy agency, which has turned to an unexpected talent pool to find the next 007.
Bosses say she’s definitely got an interview after the Alice in Wonderland-esque application caught their attention.
Given the low participation rate of female employees in the mining and resources sector, it was only a matter of time before matters got hairy.
Employees often cite a low salary, long commute or better opportunity with another company as motivation for leaving a job, but sometimes, dogs, carpet and office odours are to blame.
We know times are tough, but it seems one state government is taking austerity measures to new heights – or new lows – the humble teabag and instant coffee is on the chopping block.
After six workers in the US were given the boot for ‘liking’ a Facebook page, questions have been asked over whether an action can constitute free speech.
The old PC vs Mac debate revved up again this week after an Instagram user posted a welcome message that is said to greet new employees at Apple – the web forums were divided so you decide: is this message inspiring, or lame?
A woman was sacked from her job of five years at a mortgage broking firm after her employer became aware of a 40 year old shoplifting offence.
An employment tribunal has heard that a flight attendant has been sacked after eating a sandwich given to her by her manager
Talitha Cummins is claiming she was unfairly dismissed from her role while on maternity leave
Male tearfulness is just one of the findings from fascinating research into appraisals by a leading tech firm