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Alberta refuses to back down over minimum wage by Nicola Middlemiss | 2016-06-07 9:12:19 AM

The province will push ahead with its planned minimum wage hike despite mounting pressure from the restaurant industry.read more

Protests to be held over TFW program by Nicola Middlemiss | 2016-05-31 9:58:30 AM

Campaigners are calling for an upheaval of policies which leave Temporary Foreign Workers powerless.read more

Two-day strike set to continue by Nicola Middlemiss | 2016-05-31 9:46:49 AM

Approximately 3,000 workers across 38 private residences will continue strike action today after salary negotiations came to a standstill.read more

Should HR be trying to attract more men? by Nicola Middlemiss | 2016-05-30 10:06:42 AM

About 75 per cent of the HR workforce is women but one HRD says the industry just needs a little rebranding to balance things out.read more

Top boss slams $2 million salary as “insulting” by Nicola Middlemiss | 2016-05-30 9:20:05 AM

A recent leak has revealed that the president of an international organization was deeply dissatisfied with the initial seven-figure offer.read more

Adidas moves towards robotic workforce by Nicola Middlemiss | 2016-05-26 9:00:59 AM

The retail giant has unveiled a prototype “speed factory” in Germany which doesn’t rely on human staff.read more

Pope condemns precarious contracts by Nicola Middlemiss | 2016-05-20 9:05:53 AM

The pontiff criticized unfair employment contracts and slammed “bloodsucker” bosses who grow rich by exploiting others.read more

One weird trick for getting good work benefits by | 2016-05-19 10:18:23 AM

Glassdoor analyzed 470,000 reviews on its website to assess the quality of benefits across job types - here's what it found.read more

Beware the one-month-per-year myth by Nicola Middlemiss | 2016-05-18 11:30:17 AM

One top lawyer has warned employers not to rely on the common misconception that reasonable notice will be capped according to tenure.read more