How enforceable are restrictive covenants?
A BC appeal court says context determines whether non-compete clauses are reasonable
What HR can learn from neuroscience
Neuroscience is opening up a world of opportunities in L&D – not least in leadership development
Mental health expert now member of police services board
Uppala Chandrasekera is a registered social worker and director of Canadian Mental Health Association
Study predicts optimal office temperature, energy consumption
This algorithm could put an end to the workplace battle as old as air conditioning itself
C-suite talks HR: Dino Trevisani, president, IBM Canada
Tech giant's chief on fast leadership, overcoming speed bumps, and how to get the best out of staff
Ask a lawyer: How do I make a just cause termination stick?
It’s crucial to keep employment agreements up to date – and stay cool-headed when considering a dismissal
C-suite talks HR: Bill Greenhalgh, CEO, HRPA
Industry body’s departing leader gives an exit interview on learning from mistakes and what he wishes HR professionals knew
C-suite talks HR: Michael Burns, CEO, Invictus Games
In the first part of a new series, the philanthropic business exec shares why great leaders give back
How to help your company expand abroad
Setting up a new office in a foreign country can be the ultimate challenge for HR
Should staff happiness be a company’s bottom line?
This profit-driven industry is one of the least happy – and a culture shift could change its fortunes