Dexter Tilo

Dexter Tilo

Dexter Tilo is a news writer for the Human Resources Director, where he produces articles about the particular sector to help keep them up to date with significant events.

Dexter has been writing for over three years now in various publications, and also takes an interest in writing about news and current political affairs.

 

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Amazon loses two Black executives, new CEO announced

Amazon loses two Black executives, new CEO announced

Critics have also previously pointed out the lack of diversity among the executives of the e-commerce giant

Fun Friday: Is there a place for humour in the workplace?

Fun Friday: Is there a place for humour in the workplace?

Can laughter be the best medicine for workers?

Should employers cover commuting costs?

Should employers cover commuting costs?

One state believes it's up to HR to cough up for the employee commute

Google engineer suspended after claims of sentient chatbot

Google engineer suspended after claims of sentient chatbot

His suspension is allegedly rooted on violations of confidentiality policies

Workers fire warning at HR leaders over diversity

Workers fire warning at HR leaders over diversity

Report reveals employers at risk of losing staff if 'diversity in cultures and backgrounds are not respected'

UK employees begin four-day work week pilot

UK employees begin four-day work week pilot

It's been dubbed as the 'biggest ever trial of a four-day week in the world'

'Something out of the 1950s': Atlassian CEO hits out at Musk's return-to-office order

'Something out of the 1950s': Atlassian CEO hits out at Musk's return-to-office order

'There is great talent all over the world - not just within a one-hour radius of our offices'

Former Meta exec joins Zoom as Chief People Officer

Former Meta exec joins Zoom as Chief People Officer

He brings with him more than 20 years of experience in HR

Number of remote workers declined in late 2021

Number of remote workers declined in late 2021

However, many prefer working remotely and would likely resign if asked to return to the office

Casino worker wins $120K because she wasn't invited to work drinks

Casino worker wins $120K because she wasn't invited to work drinks

The tribunal says she was 'victimised' for being excluded