The results are in, and it’s official! Working America, a community affiliate of the AFL-CIO, holds a contest every year in which people tell their bad-boss stories. The three best (worst?) get published. Take a look at the winners. Sound like anyone you know?
Of course it’s up to HR to make sure help wanted ads are accurate. But is there such a thing as too accurate?
This isn’t your usual case of workplace theft, because the items taken were from a police department’s evidence room.
Need more proof that stray comments by hiring managers can get companies in big legal trouble? Try this million-dollar lawsuit against Disney.
Every recruiter knows how important their company’s Web site is for attracting new hires. But without a few key features, some sites may not be pulling their weight.
A ship captain is in trouble for equating unruly passengers with a particular nationality.
Christy Hagler wasn’t seeing many job applicants that were a good fit for the company. Here’s how she used the Web to attract the right people.
Once again, we’re amazed by what you can find out online about the happenings at companies around the world.
It’s like firing your security guard for theft. But that’s just what the Transportation Security Administration had to do.