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HR in India Praising Shift to Casual Biz…

Indian companies are embracing a relaxed dress code to encourage a more efficient and a more happy workforce and to keep a younger generation of talent from fleeing. So reports...

Job Candidates Who Feel Guilty May Be a …

HR managers may want to reconsider their negative perceptions of job candidate who come across as guilt-ridden. So reports Fast Company. The article's author is David Mayer, associate professor of management...

Bad Traffic Bringing Down Employees: Mon…

Sitting in traffic jams to and from work is bad enough, but human resource professionals say congestion is hurting employee morale and driving away good candidates. So reports the Montreal...

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The saying “40 is the new 30” is popularly tied to how people feel about aging, but an Amazon.com pilot may offer a new spin on the phrase when it comes to work hours.

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Indian companies are embracing a relaxed dress code to encourage a more efficient and a more happy workforce and to keep a younger generation of talent from fleeing. So reports The Financial Express

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HR managers may want to reconsider their negative perceptions of job candidate who come across as guilt-ridden. So reports Fast Company. The article's author is David Mayer, associate professor of management and organization at the University of Michigan’s Stephen M. Ross School of Business.

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Sitting in traffic jams to and from work is bad enough, but human resource professionals say congestion is hurting employee morale and driving away good candidates. So reports the Montreal Gazette.

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The human resources director for a St. Petersburg, Florida church allegedly stole $115,143.44 from January 2012 to August 2014. So reports the Tampa Bay Times.

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Ex-Colorado School District HR Director …

The former human resources director for a Colorado school district filed a federal lawsuit alleging racial discrimination and retaliation for speaking out. So reports the Denver Post. 

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A Vestige of the Industrial Revolution o…

If and when it really goes mainstream, it will mean a sea-change for the way business is conducted in the U.S. (and around the world).

Technology News & Reviews

Pokémon Go Invades Workplace

The world-wide obsession with using a smart phone to track down and capture fictional monsters has created real life problems for human resource departments.

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HR in India Praising Shift to Casual Biz…

Indian companies are embracing a relaxed dress code to encourage a more efficient and a more happy workforce and to keep a younger generation of talent from fleeing. So reports...

Hiring & Recruiting

5 Simple Gaffes That Sink Job Seekers

The greater availability of jobs bodes well for prospective workers, but five common mistakes could undermine landing a job, a CareerBuilder survey finds.

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Men Undermine Firms’ Paternity Leave Pro…

Just because a company offers paternity leave, doesn’t mean that its intended target--male employees--will actually take leave. So reports The Gulf Times.

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Great Candidates May Not Always Have the…

UPS Information Services Human Resources Director Regina Hartley is a self-described “scrapper.” In her recently featured Technology, Entertainment and Design (TED) talk: “Why the best hire might not have the...

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