'We can invest a lot of emotional energy getting caught up in other people’s problems'
1 in 5 employees say politics should be tuned out at work
Employees at IBM once had to sing for their supper – literally. The company published a book of songs praising the company and its founder in the 1920s, a concept which would baffle modern workers.
It looks like the old saying is true – the free lunches that companies like Facebook and Twitter offer employees may come to an end, after attracting IRS scrutiny.
As career changes go, it doesn't come much more extreme than this. A lawyer has given up his six-figure salary in order to start a circus and become a human cannonball.
A survey of employees in technology companies has revealed a worrying trend in which bosses are more likely to criticise women and give men constructive feedback in performance reviews.
There’s a myth that disagreements are negative and are to be avoided at all costs. Business consultant Alexandra Tselios explains why it's a myth that needs busting.
With Gen Y’s love of its lifestyle, it’s time for HR managers to rewrite the sick leave policy to provide more flexibility, according to one expert.
The media organisation was found to have frequently underpaid or failed to pay for duties performed at the company
The study found that workers overwhelmingly expect their jobs should better contribute to both their financial and personal wellbeing