The company’s CHRO has inherited a new title and the revised job description illustrates exactly how HR is changing.
Is insolence really more infectious than the common cold? One psychologist says it can spread around the office in no time – with devastating effects.
One leading academic told HRD Singapore that “the little guys” have a lot to teach big organizations.
The theme park’s strict “look policy” has been called into question once again after a Sikh employee was repeatedly segregated.
A new survey has identified critical areas of concern which HR professionals say are difficult to address thanks to an ever-increasing workload.
The bank has apologised after the abhorrent video – filmed during a team building exercise – emerged online.
High-profile leader Ellen Pao is under extreme pressure after a petition calling for her to quit reaches 200,000 signatures.
Critics say the 1,500-word rhetoric is all business-speak and no back bone – here’s where the company went wrong.
The tragic death has left employers questioning just how much control human workers have over artificial intelligence.
It’s no longer a matter of choice – reluctant companies in the Lone Star State will have to offer gay marriage benefits.
If found guilty, she faces a hefty fine or jail time – or both
While it's unrealistic to expect all employees to like each other, there is a basic level of collaboration that's essential in any workplace
The benefit complements the country’s current Social Medical Insurance Program