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Is 'workplace analysis' an excuse to spy on staff?
Snooping on staff at work is a hotly-debated issue for employers; monitoring staff input and output is necessary for businesses to excel, but to what extent can employers ‘monitor’ staff without breaching privacy? Colin Stuart, Managing Director of Workplace Consultancy Baker Stuart, discusses the use of workplace analysis in enabling businesses to “develop and improve a working environment...
Obama reveals retirement plans in spoof video
With his time as President of the United States coming to an end this year, it is now as good a time as any for Barack Obama to consider his retirement plans...
Author claims non-mothers should be given 'me-ternity leave'
An author has recently sparked controversy by claiming that all female employees should be entitled to maternity leave – even if they’re not pregnant...
Britain's red phone boxes to be converted into mini-offices
The long-standing icon of Britain - the red telephone box - is losing its use due to the increase in mobile phones, rendering pay phones expendable...
'HR is dead and hooray for that'
The HR function is evolving away from the concept of humans as capital, according to a leading HR professional...
6 Tips on Talking To Your Talent Pool
In this mini series of articles, we’re looking at talent pool management and how it is becoming a vital recruiting tool...
Why Is Scalability Important When Choosing an Applicant Tracking System?
When you begin your search for a piece of recruitment software, there's a good chance that you'll have a list of requirements to hand...
EXCLUSIVE: London restaurant recruiting naked waiters
A pop-up restaurant in London has started recruiting naked waiters to serve thousands of naked customers...
VIDEO: Worst commutes ever
And you thought your journey to work was bad...
10 tips for HR to keep staff healthy
National Stress Awareness Month is over, but its message lives on...