Every company’s looking to make that perfect hire — and that seems to be getting harder and harder to do these days. So here’s an idea — why not start considering candidates on the basis of personality, smarts and enthusiasm instead of past experience?
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A manager of a regional airline has lost his suit claiming that he’d been discharged on account of his wife’s disability.
In what could be a landmark event — and a constitutional test — some voters in Tennessee will go to the polls to decide if county government can institute English-only policies. And business leaders there are against the proposal.
What incentives/rewards programs work best?
Get ready for some employee questions – and grumbles – following the passage of the legislation that pulled us back from the “fiscal cliff.”
What did three executives do to be dubbed in the media “Germany’s stupidest bankers?”
Have you ever heard a manager say, “He’s such a good worker, I’d like ten of him?” Well, BioArts International is making that happen, sort of.
If you want your employees to eat healthier as part of your overall wellness plan, don’t let them get scammed by this common “health food” lingo.
Wanted: People to show enthusiasm over a new product. Must make others believe you want nothing more in the world than to own the latest cell phone.
Managers do have the power to ask employees to perform certain duties. But usually those duties have something to do with work.
Here’s a crucial reminder for your managers: A single incident can create a “hostile work environment.”
Here’s a lawsuit that’s sure to frustrate the heck out of some HR pros. But it also provides a valuable lesson: When a termination involves medical issues, take the time to gather all the facts.
When is putting your hands on a co-worker and preventing her from leaving the room NOT sexual harassment?
If what this man says is true, employers could find themselves having to accommodate a new disability.
Don’t you hate it when your new hire forgets their first day of work?
There’s no good reason for an employee to steal from a company. But a federal judge has officially crossed one woman’s excuse off the list.