A worker alleging she was fired for helping her former supervisor in a race discrimination claim against their employer is entitled to the discovery of certain coworker and manager human resources files a federal district court in Washington state ruled Oct. 29.
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Here’s the last parody video we’re going to post from Strategy magazine’s Agency of the Year event in Toronto. It’s Leo Burnett’s entry, and it seems the agency has found a unique way to make its employees more creative—by having them do shots and then literally slapping the tired old ideas out of their heads.
LinkedIn’s “Trusted References” service is a cheap sucker-punch straight to your career and reputation. Now any personnel jockey can “check a reference” on LinkedIn without having the faintest idea what she’s doing — and you get screwed out of a job.
It’s not just about how your employees perform at workit’s about how they do at life.
When it comes to earning workers’ respect, managers should keep this key ingredient in mind.
Job interviews are very strange events. Until you get to the interview, you don’t know whether you’re going to have a casual conversation over a cup of coffee like normal humans, or whether you’re going to be interrogated like a burglary suspect under hot lights.
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We’ve been asking around for stories about strange or unusual interviews. This one came in from Eder Holguin, CEO of Idea Media. One of the most unconventional job interview stories I have happened when I tried to hire a new Director of Sales for my company. I received over 100 resumes and narrowed it down to […]
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Canadian agencies sure are good at doing videos excoriating the ad business.
Without knowing how many women are in the company’s top ranks, it’s impossible to know how effective diversity initiatives have been.