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A Toronto-based web-design business has made news for all the wrong reasons thanks to a major HR faux-pas.
Three-quarters of a million Canadians are currently living with the disease and the figures are only going to get worse.
Only a quarter of female employees are in management roles or above and many insist there’s a scare-factor to blame.
An informal complaint was made against the top exec after she demonstrated “upsetting” behaviour in a meeting.
The airline worker sued for $54K after injuring her back at a check-in desk, insisting her tight uniform was to blame.
HR and organized labour aren’t exactly a match made in heaven – here, one HRM offers her advice on getting along.
You want to unwind as much as anybody else but your employees may feel like you’re watching them, warns one industry VP.
One BC-based employment lawyer said a recent record-breaking decision has serious implications for HR professionals.
One leading academic says organizations shouldn’t have high expectations when it comes to external courses.
The HR leader has caused controversy after denying a “culture of racism” despite swastikas being drawn in employee toilets.