A former Pennsylvania warehouse employee faces a prison sentence of 2.5 to 5 years after he admitted to terrorizing his human resources manager. So reports The Intelligencer.
The chief human resources officer (CHRO) of a Chicago-based tech firm tackles workplace challenges after acquiring another firm. So reports Workforce.
Blue Apron’s head of human resources recently quit as the firm temporarily froze hiring and fired some recruitment staff leading up to an expansion effort. So reports Benefits Pro.
Legislators are not happy with the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s human resources team’s efforts to improve the way it tracks the progress of its employees’ training and performance. So reports Federal News Radio.
The business of Pandora is pretty straightforward, but the online music giant takes extra steps to make sure employees are reminded of that everyday. So reports The Huffington Post.
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