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
The five Canadian workers recorded their rendition of “Closing Time”– featuring a flat-bed trolley – on their last day of work.
One high-flying British banker received a multi-million pound pay-out following colleagues’ campaign of abuse.
One worker with some unusual ink is considering legal action after being fired for his unusual tattoo.
TSO cancelled pianist Valentina Lisitsa’s performances following “deeply offensive language” – but civil rights advocates say it a worrying move.
After one public servant’s raunchy business trip resulted in injury, taxpayers have been hit with a $641,000 legal bill.
A CEO suing her former employer for gender discrimination has revealed yet another unusual anecdote, bordering on the bizarre.
The tech giant has taken its former HR and diversity chief to court for allegedly breaching a non-compete agreement
Economists are predicting that the Singapore government will offer employers more tools to enhance labour productivity
HRD speaks to one of Singapore’s leading CHROs about the importance of tech understanding in today’s world