How Biden's presidency will impact HR and talent mobility

HR leaders are keeping an eye on Biden's promise to reverse 'immigration blocks'

GitHub apologises for firing Jewish worker following 'Nazi' warning

The employee allegedly cautioned co-workers about Nazis at the US capitol riots

How to deliver bad news

Communication experts reveal the do's and don'ts of awkward conversations

No jab, no job? Employer mulls mandatory vaccination for staff

The company, however, said it isn't putting anyone under pressure

Retailer to pay frontline staff to get COVID vaccine

The right thing to do is to 'break down barriers to vaccination,' the CEO says

Wave bye bye to five-day office work, Unilever CEO says

Do employers aim to hire from the same pool of candidates?

Fun Friday: Recruiters reveal worst interview mishaps

Some old habits are becoming new pet peeves for recruiters

Exit interviews: What questions should you be asking?

These questions could make all the difference to your culture

Racism in retail: How beauty brand Sephora is fighting back

The retailer is introducing sweeping changes and urging other brands to follow suit


HRD speaks to Gena Restivo on how her people helped save the world through medicine, charity, and values

'It's not magical. There will be a cost. The more you invest, the more change you'll see'

The largest revenue-based company in Australia, Woolworths is a household name for many

Committed to LGBTQ rights and diversity, Sephora has always been something of a trailblazer


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