Employees using email accounts for illicit affairs can’t be targeted by HR even if they work for public sector employers, one lawyer has said.
The White House’s first openly transgender staff member will play a role in recruiting new people and talent worthy of the President.
An ex-Yahoo employee will pay an undisclosed sum to the company after leaking information to a journalist in violation of her employment agreement.
A short list of four skills separates the best in HR from their mediocre peers, and embracing them could see HR as a whole rise to the head of the table.
An internal investigation is underway at McDonald’s after claims racism had become a part of the management culture of one restaurant.
A US HR executive is no longer facing an assault charge, but her employer still thinks her ‘deceptive’ and ‘bullying’ behaviour warranted firing her.
‘Poisoned workplace’ claims have arisen following the exposure of a federation of trade union effort to spy on its own employees with a secret camera.
A company in California has a $6 million settlement bill to pay, after one of its employees was cooked alive with tons of tuna in an industrial oven.
There’s just one place where you can find a honeypot full of employees worth US$48 million a piece, making them the most valuable in the world.
An employee has tested the scope of a new law with a claim two-thirds of his work time was being spent having his performance managed.
'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