EU/UK (18)

HR Among Massive Job Cuts Announced By Rolls-Royce

Rolls-Royce, a manufacturer of aero engines, has decided to eliminate more than 4,000 jobs that will include human resources, finance and purchasing positions. So reports The Guardian.


Former Telecom Execs Face Trial for 19 Suicides

The former CEO of France Telecom and six other executives will face trial over allegations that they had a role in at least 19 employee suicides. So reports BBC News.


Ex-Analyst Jailed for Posting 'Nude' Pics of Colleague

A London court sentenced a UK financial analyst to 16-weeks in jail in May for harassing a colleague and posting porn photos purporting to be her. So reports CPS.


Kellogg's Lets UK Workers Clock Out Early for Summer Fridays

Breakfast cereal giant Kellogg's is allowing the 420 workers at its Salford headquarters to clock out of work by noon on Fridays this summer as long as they finish their work. So reports Metro.


Young, Temp Workers a Casualty of Jaguar Land Rover Layoffs

Jaguar Land Rover's plans to cut 1,000 U.K. jobs points to a trend where companies can strategically reduce their workforce without directly doing the firing. That's according to an opinion piece in The Financial Times


Nestlé to Cut 500 Jobs in Switzerland

Nestlé plans to cut 500 IT jobs in Switzerland over the next 18 months as part of a restructuring of that department. So reports Le News.


UK HR Heads Take More Sick Days Due to Stress

Human resources managers are a pretty stressed out bunch, ranking as the staff most likely to call in sick because of stress. So reports Metro News.


Four Ex-Air France Workers Punished for Attack on HR Head

Four former Air France workers were handed three-to-four-month suspended jail sentences last month in relation to an attack against the airline's head of human resources in 2015. So reports The Bobr Times.


Keeping 'Human' in HR in an Increasingly Automated World

Human resources is not immune to the increasing level of automation across different corporate divisions, but real people in the profession shouldn't fear being replaced by robots. So reports BQ.


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