The tech giant’s latest attempt to tackle workplace diversity is a little more light-hearted than previous initiatives
The angry employee is alleged to have smashed up the aircraft with a crane after losing his job
Employees at one of the world’s largest airports are to be trained to interact with children’s imaginary friends, as the company strives to become the world’s first ‘imaginary friend friendly’ airport
A young life insurance adviser had only been in the job for three months when he received the ultimate work bonus
Hollywood A-lister Daniel Radcliffe started “cracking” after an hour interning as a receptionist at a fashion magazine.
A British company has ‘promoted’ its humanoid robot, which now occupies the position of chief morale officer.
Police had to be called when one UK woman refused to accept she hadn’t been offered the position.
Miners in Queensland are going above and beyond in their attempts to pass workplace drug tests – but one official worries that the law will not help employers to crack down on the problem.
Workers in Singapore are less satisfied than their international counterparts – what’s causing this trend?
Baseless accusations and a breach in “its duty to care” for their former agent were among the reasons behind the ruling
The new policy will also prohibit employers from requiring workers in the service industries to stand for long hours