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Jobs are under attack – but not by robots by | 2016-01-28 12:35:04 PM

With the dot-com revolution of 1994-2004 long dead, how will our economy grow over the next 25 years?read more

This loophole could make it legal for employees to watch porn at work by Nicola Middlemiss | 2016-01-25 12:27:04 PM

One leading employment lawyer says HR professionals should be wary of a potential loophole that certain workers could use.read more

Data and analytics touted at top HR trend for 2016 by Nicola Middlemiss | 2016-01-22 7:02:06 AM

We spoke to one of Canada’s leading HR figures to find out what the industry will – or should – be focusing on over the next 12 months.read more

Almost 80 per cent of bosses breaking the law by HRM | 2016-01-21 10:08:46 AM

Hundreds of Ontario workplaces have been exposed for violating the ESA.read more

Can HR force employees into wellness programs? by HRM | 2016-01-19 2:27:52 PM

It seems employers are increasingly “punishing” employees who decline personal health assessments – and it’s perfectly legalread more

Costly mistake as employment contract deemed invalid by Nicola Middlemiss | 2016-01-19 9:52:49 AM

HR professionals must be careful about what they communicate to candidates in the hiring process, warns one top labour lawyer.read more

COC boss apologizes over HR scandal by Nicola Middlemiss | 2016-01-14 9:55:48 AM

“I'm truly sorry. We let you down,” the president of the Canadian Olympic Committee said yesterday before promising major changes.read more

How soon is too soon to sack that terrible new hire? by Nicola Middlemiss | 2016-01-13 9:19:02 AM

Give them another chance or get them out the door – one leader has some tips on telling the difference.read more

Changes to compassionate care – what you need to know by HRM | 2016-01-11 9:36:32 AM

The new Liberal government has agreed to honour legislation that was passed by its predecessor – here’s how it will affect youread more