CNBC's Jon Fortt reports Zenefits CEO Parker Conrad is stepping down amid compliance issues.
Toby Fowlston, MD at Robert Walters Southeast Asia, says there's demand in China for professionals who specialize in digitization.
Aneel Bhusri, Workday Co-founder and CEO, talks about his company's ability to provide cloud-based software which allow businesses to automate HR functions while protecting privacy. Also Bhusri weighs in on global markets.
About 40 percent of firms that will be required to file new Obamacare tax forms aren't aware of those forms.
A Serbian woman in New York claims she was mocked for how she pronounced words like "lunch," "buyer," "sweater" and "bra."
Jeff Gravenhorst, CEO of ISS, which employs more than 510,000 people, says he is certain the company has not hired potential terrorists because it has very good vetting procedures.
Blake Mycoski, TOMS founder, discusses the company's strategy to become a lifestyle brand , and talks about his plan to invest in new companies with a social purpose.
Companies around the world are scrambling to understand millennials' behavior patterns amid HR worry about how hard they find it to stay put.
Reid Hoffman, co-founder of LinkedIn, is focused on finding "radically bold, new or contrarian" companies.
When it comes to hiring, a large number of companies tend to miss out on a big chunk of the pool: Women.
Joshua Reeves, co-founder and CEO of Gusto (formerly ZenPayroll), discusses the company's name change along with getting into the online health and worker's compensation benefits business.
Pay parity is the new norm - unless you're over 27 years old, that is. NBC News reports.
This consulting company's commitment to firm culture, training, compensation and work-life balance were crucial factors.
Corporations are making it easier for employees to take family time off, but some say U.S. workplace rules that aren't family friendly enough.
Jonas Prising, CEO of ManpowerGroup, says findings from the company's latest report indicate a significant slowdown in hiring intentions among employers in China.
Accenture jumps on family bandwagon by upping the anti on new parent perks
Jeff Bezos writes to staff defending Amazon's human resources policy following a New York Times story claiming back-stabbing practices.
Amazon C-E-O Jeff Bezos responds to a blistering expose in the New York Times.
Amazon is experimenting with how far it can push white-collar workers, to get them to achieve its ever-expanding ambitions, The NY Times reports.
Apple releases its latest diversity figures.