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Tips On Succeeding as a Go-Between with Employees, Bosses

The Forbes human resources council offers up suggestions on how to share negative critiques with employers that employees may be uncomfortable sharing directly. So reports Forbes.


Volkswagen Revamps HR

Volkswagen’s HR division is revamping its leadership structure worldwide as it transform its brand. So reports Automotive World.


Burnout Recognized As Occupational Phenomenon

Getting a doctor’s note for a sick day due to burnout may not fly with most employers, but one of the world’s top health organizations argues that burnout is a serious concern.


Court Quashes Straight HR Manager's Discrimination Case

An appeals court has rejected a heterosexual human resources manager’s discrimination retaliation claim after she was fired for a social media rant about Target's transgender bathroom policy. So reports Society For Human Resource Management.


Deutsche Bank to Cut 18,000 Jobs Globally

Deutsche Bank early last month started making good on its plan to cut 18,000 jobs worldwide. So reports Business Insider.


Texas Woman: I Was Forced Into Sex with Boss to Keep Job

A Fort Worth, Texas woman alleges in a federal lawsuit that she was forced to engage in sex with her boss or get fired if she refused. So reports WFAA.


Office Denies HR Head Booted Over Love of Tupac Shakur

Iowa’s governor’s office has disputed reports that it had asked the director of the state’s department of human resources to resign in June due to his obsession with slain rapper and hip hop icon Tupac Shakur. So reports Des Moines Register.


Oakland County Eases Way for Former Felons to Land Gov’t Jobs

Oakland County has backed a measure that bans local officials from asking job recruits about their criminal history during pre-employment screenings. So reports The Oakland Press.


How Important is Humility in a Leader?

While alpha-male personalities are often touted as ideal leaders, what sets good and great leaders apart is humility. So reports Fast Company.


Employee Hookups Pervasive Says Ex-Cruise Ship HR Manager

A former human resources manager for numerous cruise ships says that while employees can be fired for engaging in sex with passengers, hooking up with co-workers is pervasive. So reports Business Insider.


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