Shell’s corporate footprint will be ground zero for its HR team in coming weeks, as it seeks to execute a round of job cuts in order to gain increased efficiency.
Google has a new plan to stop its best technology talent leaving to start their own businesses.
The Federal Government has chosen to keep shipbuilding jobs onshore, but does the decision have implications for HR managers looking to offshore jobs?
Apple’s human resources team are in an all-out battle with opportunistic hackers, who are going global in an effort to exploit employee access to secure data.
A global technology brand is reported to have accidentally fired 30 employees last week when bureaucracy and incompetence momentarily combined.
Starbucks Canada is facing a $1 million employee lawsuit after allegations it failed to uphold a legal duty to keep its workplace safe.
A Canadian has been arrested after hacking and attempting to ruin his former US employer.
A long-running film festival was under threat from a last-minute walkout by workers who had not been paid for over a month.
It now has over half a million views on YouTube. But this political protest song could end up in termination for one folk-singing public servant.
One study claims that HR professionals are a threat to their own companies due to a ‘latency for mistakes’.
'Under the pressure of escalating demands, most leaders adopt a command-and-control style of leadership with their team'
A new report looks at New Zealand's latest office trends, highlighting disruption in both the fixed-term and flexible office sectors
HRD talks to Greg Barnier or ICG about why HR must balance the commercial side of the business with the people side