The U.S. Department of Labor files a lawsuit against an Oracle unit over unequal employment practices. CNBC's Josh Lipton reports.
The furniture retail giant explains to CNBC its U.S. growth strategy.
Stephen Shih at Bain & Company talks about how Chinese firms are catching up to MNCs in the hunt for talent.
Facebook's hiring process to increase diversity "seems like the most baffling waste of time," diversity consultant Joelle Emerson told Bloomberg.
The traditional 9am to 5pm job and long commutes are becoming a thing of the past, the CEO of Flexjobs explains to CNBC.
CNBC’s Sharon Epperson shares a few tips on how to help your teenager find a job.
Steps companies can take to avoid the headaches that come along with office party shenanigans during the holiday season.
The company's US division will broaden paid leave benefits for new parents to attract workers.
Labor markets in Asian countries are candidate-driven, with unemployment rates largely below 5 percent, says Alain Dehaze, CEO at Adecco Group.
People with disabilities have proved to be loyal employees prepared to go the extra mile. Unfortunately, they are often overlooked.
The C-suite executives also ranked products and services, brands, and real estate as more important assets than the workforce, the Korn Ferry study found.
When one of tech's hottest companies is hiring, it can reveal the pulse of what's important in the industry.
Randstad Holding CEO, Jacques van den Broek says the firm saw a “slight improvement” in third-quarter earnings compared to its previous period.
Randstad Holding CEO, Jacques van den Broek talks about its activity in the acquisition space, in particular its progress with Monster.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports on the push for gender equality in the tech industry.
New CEO David Sacks is hoping that a new all-in-one human resources platform for small business will turn the page for Zenefits in 2017.
The Wall Street Journal's Joann Lubin, "Earning It," author talks about the female business leaders she interviewed who managed to climb the corporate ladder and rise to the top.
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.