Despite increased awareness and campaigns to combat stigma, 57 per cent of Canadian workplaces still lack a mental health strategy.
The global shopping juggernaut may have to contend with collective bargaining rights as employees push forward with a union.
Millions of workers in the so-called country of romance are actually wearing themselves out – could revolutionary legislation give them back their joie de vivre?
The ever-changing initiative shows no sign of settling as employment minister MaryAnn Mihychuk says she’ll push for a parliamentary review.
Master-of-controversy Kanye West claims to be broke – but has this global pizza company come to his rescue?
When a senior leader falls sick, the highly-personal problem can shake company confidence and undermine morale – what should HR do?
The Montreal-based juggernaut says the cuts will come over the next two years, mainly in Canada and Europe.
An international bank is turning over a new leaf this week as it begins placing greater value on team work and ethical behaviour.
One man’s injury in an off-beat industry has prompted the Ontario Court of Appeal to put an end to one major misconception.
The Ontario Ministry of Labour might be easing up on inspections but the number of convictions actually rose last year.