Overly prescriptive HR policies can make employees feel distrusted
Study finds retirees would rejoin the workforce – if conditions are right
With the retirement age going up, workplaces will see more generations mixing. How do you minimise potential conflicts?
Using social media with a marketing approach may be HR’s key to attracting new talent to the organisation.
It may sound like sexism, but a study shows that both male and female employees prefer to work for men.
Is a lack of marketing ability holding HR back? One expert says it’s time for HR to learn from the chief marketing officer.
The business-oriented social networking site now has more than 300 million members worldwide and more than 950,000 of them are HR professionals. Here’s how to make the most of your network.
Female workplace leaders sometimes find themselves tagged as 'bitchy bosses', especially if they’re high-achievers. Lawrence Polsky, managing partner at consulting firm PeopleNRG, shares his strategies for ditching the 'bitch' epithet.
New online platform aims to stop employees misusing medical certificates to get a day off
More than half are seeking professionals, managers, executives and technicians
MOM has revealed the most recent labour market and productivity statistics