The change didn’t rise to the level of a materially adverse action because it was made to accommodate training and didn’t result in any economic loss, the panel held.
AfroTech exec Simone White told HR Dive that leaders should stay the course on DEI.
While job openings still outnumber unemployed workers, employers shouldn’t expect those conditions to last much longer, one expert said.
Worksite safety, second-chance hiring and the cannabis industry’s desperate need for talent professionals: Here’s everything HR managers should know about the emerging ‘extra-legal” market.
Over 100 heads of HR descend on Las Vegas for executive-level content, networking opportunities, and the 10th Annual CHRO of the Year Awards. The post 2023 HRO Today Forum North
Cathy Smith, Head of Mental Health Operations (Corporate), Vita Health Group For quite some time, employee wellbeing was often dismissed as another HR fad and treated as nothing but a
With the Cost-of-Living crisis and rising inflation still having an impact on the UK population, specialist recruitment firm, Robert Half, has warned business leaders that staff are commanding better pay
It turns out your name can have a lot to do with your career path, a new study has revealed. Data shows people with the most popular boy’s name, Liam,
An employment lawyer has warned that holiday pay for the additional Coronation bank holiday on 8 May is set to give employers a serious headache. Sally Morris, partner and head