After a lengthy absence, employers are legally allowed to ask for more substantial sick notes, rules one court.
Employees value open communication more than impressive perks but only 15 per cent of organizations are delivering.
Cocaine and commuters – British bus driver insisted contaminated bank-notes were to blame.
A WWII veteran has shamed the younger generation by telling them to “get off their backsides” and find a job.
Expectant moms say they deliberately over-compensate because co-workers see a pregnancy bump and stop taking them seriously.
Just weeks after Toronto Symphony Orchestra was accused of preventing the freedom of speech, IKEA have taken a different – but equally controversial – approach.
The controversial screening process is becoming more popular in Canada – but can it be discriminatory or does it really help HR?
Too many so-called educated youngsters are entering the workforce entirely unprepared for the role at hand, complain employers.
Employers will be pleased to hear the amendments should actually simplify the LMIA application process.
One comprehensive new study offers employers in-depth information into exactly how their organizations are being exposed.