One Ontario hospital dismissed a senior exec after six years but his win in court serves as a warning to employers.
Experts argue that flexible dress-codes – often billed as “soft-benefits” – are good for business. Here’s why.
A leading labour lawyer has publicly criticised the practice but concedes there’s nothing illegal about them.
Yet another decision in favour of the employer shows inappropriate off-duty conduct increasingly warrants dismissal.
The VP of HR at a global talent-management firm says there’s one thing all professionals can do to improve their corporate standing.
A camerawoman says she felt “belittled” while filming an interview with the music mogul but said it’s come to be expected.
It’s the final taboo – awkwardness around facial birthmarks and scars is still putting some people at a disadvantage.
HR managers will be shaking their heads in disbelief at some of the inappropriate, offensive – and not to mention illegal – inquiries.
A recent study has HR professionals reconsidering their recruitment processes as profits could be at risk.
The boss of an Illinois trucking company answered one judge’s public plea to employ a desperate jobseeker.