From workplace apartheid to bullying on national TV – there was no shortage of international stories to attract HR’s attention in the first half of 2015.
HRM looks at the big-hitting stories from the second quarter to find out what was happening in spring.
A member of the carrier’s ground crew was killed instantly on Wednesday after being sucked into a jet engine.
Research suggests the majority of managers are detrimental to employee engagement – but better leadership could improve productivity by 60 per cent.
Thousands of blue-collar workers and union leaders will face severe penalties after they abandoned work to attend a union meeting.
One major bank continues to support people who’ve been on a lengthy career break and they say it’s an initiative that brings multifaceted success.
The much-loved and widely-acclaimed leading lady suggested a controversial change for every employee.
HRM looks at the big-hitting stories from January through March to find out what was happening at the turn of 2015.
The man at the helm of Canada’s largest HR services provider spoke to HRM about one of the industry’s most contentious topics.
A total of 1,381 workers were rewarded for their efforts in a philanthropic move that cost the company $138 million.