Nicola is a highly-accomplished business reporter with a wealth of experience spanning continents and industries.
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A lesbian couple say they were left $150,000 out of pocket after the retail giant refused to cover spouses of gay employees.
Adjusting employee responsibilities does not amount to constructive dismissal, says Ontario Superior Court.
One leading academic told HRM that “the little guys” have a lot to teach big organizations.
The theme park’s strict “look policy” has been called into question once again after a Sikh employee was repeatedly segregated.
CUPE says workers need better protection against “the largest cause of workplace death in Canada.”
A new survey has identified critical areas of concern which HR professionals say are difficult to address thanks to an ever-increasing workload.
A new report shows employers frequently overlook one valuable area of experience during the recruitment process.
One artistic freelancer offers some sage advice to employers looking to improve relations with their company’s creative members.
One cop – deemed untrustworthy by courts – received $450,000 while suspended. Now, his sarcastic “thank you” note is exposing a flawed system.