We’ve seen people come up with some creative ways to quit their jobs and express their dissatisfaction with their former employers. But the actions of one ex-employee of a Washington, DC, lobbying group have to be right at the top – or the bottom, depending on your point of view.
Leadership & Strategy
Maybe managers’ failings aren’t always the reason performance reviews don’t go as well as they should. Maybe the problem, at least some of the time, is the employees being reviewed.
Does your company have rules against certain types of body art on employees? After reading this story, some may argue that there are always exceptions to rules.
With a looming recession, it’s a tough time for banks. But why should their executives have to suffer, right?
If you ever have to play a part in an investigation over possible employee embezzlement, contacting the suspected worker’s spouse may be a good way to catch a thief.
South Korea’s new President may prove to be unpopular with his staff if he continues to be this strict with them.
Drunk workers + heavy machinery = dangerous situation. The owner of a house damaged by a Russian tank now knows this all too well.
If you’re trying to figure out how to make your company look attractive to job-hunters, take a look at what this company did, and then steal this idea (but don’t say we told you to).
Whether it’s pens and paper clips, or thousands of dollars in cash, employee theft is, unfortunately, not uncommon. But a Michigan man chose a strange target for his five-finger discount.