Rose Sneyd

Rose Sneyd
Rose Sneyd writes news and features for various Key Media publications such as HRM CanadaHRM Online New Zealand, and Insurance Business Online.
 
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No one likes a gossip, really

No one likes a gossip, really

Harmless fun? Or damaging interruption? A recent poll shows that many don’t appreciate the office gossip.

Resumes a "waste of time"?

Resumes a "waste of time"?

You can’t rely on a traditional resume, or even a LinkedIn profile when hiring someone, according to Jim Belosic, CEO of ShortStack.

Why you should slow the work-life merge

Why you should slow the work-life merge

“The boundaries of the workplace are expanding and now reach deeper into employees’ lives, especially now that mobile technology is taken for granted.”

The case against oddball interview questions

The case against oddball interview questions

Google has decided to do away with the infamous brainteasers with which they plagued interviewees. What changed their minds?

Women, if you want to lead, show pride

Women, if you want to lead, show pride

When men and women in leadership positions exhibit the same behaviour, it is interpreted in different ways, according to new research from a German university.

Now hiring: beautiful people only

Now hiring: beautiful people only

A controversial online dating website that only allows beautiful members has expanded into the recruitment sphere.

Think you’ve found a star performer? Walk away

Think you’ve found a star performer? Walk away

Those who dazzle you in an interview may do so because of narcissistic personality traits and, if so, you should stay well clear.

Zombies don’t know better, but you should

Zombies don’t know better, but you should

A group of imaginative Winnipeg students have created a winning workplace safety video featuring a zombie.

The power of a deconstructed office

The power of a deconstructed office

Progressive organizations are beginning to treat the workspace as an active tool rather than a passive backdrop, according to a workplace research psychologist.

How women make the steep climb to the top

How women make the steep climb to the top

Ambition, supportive partners, and good managers and mentors were essential to these women executives’ success.