American workers collectively leave $272 billion worth of vacation time on the table, according to a new study, NBC News reports.
The hiring spree by the Russian bank comes against the backdrop of a broader retreat from U.S. investment banks in the region.
According to the "glass cliff" theory, women might not be given sufficient opportunity to succeed, says Nick Marsh, MD at Harvey Nash Executive Search.
Oliver Kharraz, Zocdoc CEO, and Oisin Hanrahan, Handy CEO, talk about the benefits of providing employees paid time off for preventive care.
Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer attempted to purge the company of male employees, a former media executive alleged in a lawsuit filed this week.
Buzzfeed tech reporter Caroline O'Donovan discusses her report on health and safety issues at a packing facility for meal service startup Blue Apron.
Females hold 20 percent of European company board seats, while the figure tumbles to about 9.8 percent in Asia, says J. Walter Thompson Worldwide's Tamara Ingram.
Eric Dezenhall, Dezenhall Resources CEO, weighs in on what to expect when Wells Fargo CEO John Stump, and Mylan CEO Heather Bresch testify before Congress this week.
Cathy Englebert, Deloitte CEO, discusses the benefits of offering employees time for family and its link to finding talented workers.
It could be a while, if ever, for Apple's 6,000 jobs across Ireland to be affected by the EU's tax ruling, experts say.
Martin Mucci, Paychex CEO, discusses the latest read on small business job growth and explains the trends across the country.
Student loan debt is one of the fastest-growing segments of wage garnishment. Employers need to know the process — or pay a hefty price.
Seek CEO Andrew Bassat tells CNBC about some of its new product offerings such as temporary staff hires and talent search.
Recruiters at Facebook are rewarded for "diversity hires" with an internal point system, The Wall Street Journal reported.
The Dutch staffing company makes a move for its rival as it struggles to grow in the US.
Priceline, LinkedIn and Apple are making headlines on Wall Street this Friday morning to wrap up the trading week.
Gary Hamel, London Business School, discusses the results of a recent Harvard Business Review study about the surplus of managers and administrators in America's workplace.
Google is being sued for age discrimination and now the government is looking into it. Josh Lipton reports.
CNBC's Eamon Javers reports on the 180 phrases that Goldman Sachs is monitoring in employee emails.
The shock result of the U.K.'s referendum on its future in the European Union has led to fears about how Brexit will impact job recruitment.