One leading employment lawyer says Ontario-based HR managers may be unaware of a specific requirement.
The furniture giant has been rebuked after dismissing a worker over milkshake-related misconduct.
One leading workplace lawyer says some Ontario-based employers may be overlooking an important aspect of the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act.
The top earning hockey players already have a generous pension program – but it’s U.S. based which the union says could cause problems.
Canada’s unemployment rate reached a three-year high last month, contradicting experts’ predictions of overall growth.
The CHRO of MasterCard spoke to HRM about how the company turned the traditional structure of mentoring on its head.
A recent court case is revealing the lengths to which employers must go in order to avoid discrimination claims.
One man hopes his inventive job application will land him his dream job – and it’s already caught the attention of his ideal employer.
Two workers will each receive a major pay-out after their employer falsely categorized them as independent contractors.
A recent report indicates the aviators are being left fatigued and frustrated over heavy schedules.