The tech giant’s head of HR says he hopes men and women will answer the same question in different ways – here’s why.
The top accountancy firm has officially relaxed its rules on work wear – just weeks after one receptionist was sent home for refusing to wear heels.
The advocate general to the European Court of Justice said employers “may be justified” in prohibiting the headwear.
A recent leak has revealed that the president of an international organization was deeply dissatisfied with the initial seven-figure offer.
Sixty per cent of millennials said they chose their current position because it offered a “sense of purpose.”
The tech giant has dismissed claims made by a former contractor who says she – and others – suffered in a toxic work environment.
The pontiff criticized unfair employment contracts and slammed “bloodsucker” bosses who grow rich by exploiting others.
The leading fashion firm says cameras would improve efficiency but union bosses say it’s an unnecessary invasion of privacy.
The renowned jewellery brand is alleged to have dismissed a director for her “controversial” religious beliefs.
President Francois Hollande plans to vote through a measure that will give employees a legal “right to disconnect.”
The restaurant described the allegations as “unacceptable”
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