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Study: Companies in the Czech Republic lead by nearly 7% of women

The number of women in statutory bodies of the companies in the Czech Republic rose from 4.1% in 2000 to 6.7% in 2012. Although still below the European average,…

5 tips for stressed recruiters

Working as a recruiter can be very stressful if you do not plan your work…

Chamber of Commerce advises how deal with the Svarc system

The Legislation, Information and Consultancy Department of the Czech…

Smoke-Free Workplaces campaign launched

Smoke-Free Workplaces. This is the name of a new campaign by the European…

Denmark opted for a new model of gender equality in companies

Denmark wants companies to involve more women in boardrooms and senior…

France repealed the law on sexual harassment

The existing definition of sexual harassment was too vague and the law was…

Sacked for comments on Facebook. And rightly so.

The number of court cases brought by employees sacked because of their…

Study: Women make up only 3% of board members in Germany's largest companies

Pressure to involve more women in top management of German companies is…

First U.S. state to prohibit employers from requiring passwords to employees' profiles on Facebook

Maryland became the first U.S. state to pass a bill that prohibits…

Germany wants to introduce gradparental leave

More than a third of German families depend on the help of grandparents.…

Study: Most Europeans expect more work-related stress

Most European workers struggle with the increasing levels of work-related…

Facebook: Do not give your passwords to employers

Erin Egan, Facebook's Chief Privacy Officer, asked users not to reveal…

U.S.: Employers force job applicants to reveal their Facebook passwords

Given the current mass use of social networks, recruiters increasingly…

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