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Employee hailed as a 'hero' after finding place to stay for homeless man outside supermarket
A worker from a British supermarket chain, ASDA, was hailed as a hero after helping a homeless man outside a supermarket find a place to stay.
Turkish diplomat, consulate employee among 3 killed in Erbil shooting
At least three people including a Turkish diplomat were killed in a shooting on Wednesday in the Iraqi Kurdish capital Erbil, Kurdish security officials and Turkey's foreign ministry said.
Former SK Chemicals employee facing arrest for producing toxic materials
Prosecutors said Friday that they have asked the court to issue an arrest warrant for a former employee of the South Korean company SK Chemicals charged with manufacturing and selling toxic raw materials for humidifier sterilizers.
Brain waves measure employee happiness
By using a solution called ‘emotional surveillance technology’, Chinese employers are looking to change the workflow to increase the productivity of their employees and therefore profits.
Social media proves to boost employee engagement
There’s no doubt that social media has changed human behavior over the past decade. According to research, 81 percent of Americans have a social media profile, and two hours are spent on social media every day by the average person. While corporations aren’t using LinkedIn, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest and the like to engage their employees, many are taking the features that make these social media companies so successful and adding them to their internal communications and learning platforms.
Employee outsourcing hides slaves in the workforce
Failure to monitor outsourced recruitment is resulting in companies inadvertently employing victims of modern slavery, according to new research led by our School of Management.
IMF's Paris employee injured after letter bomb explosion
A letter bomb has exploded at the French office of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), injuring an employee.
Disgruntled employee kills co-worker, himself in Texas shooting
Two people have been killed and at least 1 has been injured as the result of a shooting inside a trucking company in the US state of Texas, police have confirmed.
Employee recognition programs can reduce firm-level productivity
More than 80 percent of companies use award programs like ‘Employee of the Month’ and ‘Top Sales Club’ to motivate employees and increase performance. While the conventional wisdom is that such awards are cheap and can provide a subtle way to motivate employees, these programs might be reducing firms' overall productivity, according to a new study led by a researcher at the University of California, Riverside.
Livelihood of employees under threat
Based on the latest statistics, Iran's state-run organizations have about 2.4 million employees while estimates show at least 17 million are working in the private sector.

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