Conflict management

McDonald’s worker charged with fraud after faking COVID-19 infection

‘The restaurant remained closed for several days while professional cleaning services worked to sanitize the store’

McDonald’s worker charged with fraud after faking COVID-19 infection

Angry off-duty tweets challenge employers

The recent dismissal of a manager unhappy with his corporate gift highlights the importance of employers taking appropriate discipline — and having an effective social media policy — finds Sarah Dobson, in talking to experts

Angry off-duty tweets challenge employers

Workers willing to put up with bad boss for years: survey

Compensation top consideration for Americans staying on the job

Workers willing to put up with bad boss for years: survey

People getting more fired up about politics: survey

Verbal attacks, insults, name-calling up 41 per cent in U.S.

People getting more fired up about politics: survey

Does flirting still have its place?

Employers are working hard to clamp down on sexual harassment, but does that have to mean the fine art of flirting has to disappear? Academics Jane O’Reilly and Leah Sheppard don’t think so

Does flirting still have its place?

Inappropriate relations in the C-suite

With #MeToo well established and sexual harassment claims on the rise, why are executives still behaving badly? Sarah Dobson takes a look at what HR be should be doing to combat the troubling trend

Inappropriate relations in the C-suite