A hotel worker who referred to a paralyzed former Olympian as a “cripple” should have had more training says one industry expert.
A key shareholder is calling on the coffee chain’s parent company to add gender diversity to its leadership team.
Canada’s most populous province wants provincial boards to be at least 40 per cent women by 2019.
A mental health centre has been ordered to bolster safety measures and improve staff training in the wake of a serious incident.
The retailer’s Canadian arm was found guilty of violating safety regulations which saw one worker seriously injured.
The province will push ahead with its planned minimum wage hike despite mounting pressure from the restaurant industry.
Employers could face serious financial repercussions if they forget about the role benefits play in reasonable notice, warns one lawyer.
The top accountancy firm has officially relaxed its rules on work wear – just weeks after one receptionist was sent home for refusing to wear heels.
The fitness chain says it will support workers who want to vote – whichever way they decide – after it received an application for certification.
The advocate general to the European Court of Justice said employers “may be justified” in prohibiting the headwear.