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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.
The generous move significantly narrows the gap between salaried workers and those on an hourly wage.
The woman narrowly avoided jail after she broke into her old office and committed an unusually flamboyant act of vandalism.
The province amended three separate acts today that will impact employers and further strengthen employee rights.
A comprehensive industry study is casting light on the issues top HR professionals say they’ll be focusing on over the next 12 months.
The F1 worker’s rumoured move to rival Ferrari raised red flags regarding intellectual property and corporate espionage.
Too attractive to work together? A new study indicates there may be a negative bias against good-looking applicants.
Mass cuts in the energy sector put high-earning women at an increased risk of spousal abuse, warns one Calgary support centre.