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Should HR rehire ex-employees? by HRM | 2016-03-15 11:19:39 AM

There are a number of benefits to so-called “boomerang” employees, says one staffing expert – but only if HR gets it more

Can you fire someone for a cumulative breach of ethics? by Andrew Cogswell | 2016-03-09 4:22:08 PM

One incident isn’t enough to warrant dismissal but the employee is guilty of multiple indirections – a recent case casts light on what HR can more

Docking pay on a snow-day – is it legal? by Nicola Middlemiss | 2016-03-08 4:11:27 PM

As the temperature drops and the big chill kicks in, HRM got the legal low-down on how HR should handle more

Three ways to get really honest feedback by Nicola Middlemiss | 2016-03-03 8:07:10 AM

Getting your employees to be brutally honest isn’t always easy but it will help your organization grow in the long run. Here’s how to do more

Shocking criminal charges won’t always warrant dismissal by Nicola Middlemiss | 2016-03-02 9:24:11 AM

A recent decision in Ontario has been called a “must-read” for employers after one man’s alleged abhorrent actions weren’t enough to warrant more

How HR can earn the CEO's trust by Miklos Bolza | 2016-03-02 4:16:18 AM

What are CEOs looking for in their CHROs? Which qualities do you need to become the high performing HR business partner they seek?read more

How to secure employee buy-in for major cultural change by Miklos Bolza | 2016-02-29 11:51:05 AM

One CEO offers some useful tips about successfully garnering staff support while bringing significant cultural change into a more

Billion-dollar HR start-up issues bizarre “no-sex” ban by Nicola Middlemiss | 2016-02-26 10:03:30 AM

The San Francisco-based software company has sent out an unusual HR request, cracking down on “crude” employee more

When is a contractor not a contractor? by Kelsey Orth | 2016-02-26 9:01:19 AM

The answer can be costly for employers, warns one leading industry more