The fast food giant says it developed the outfits with staff in mind but critics say they’d be more fitting for a Star Wars film.
The search is underway once again for Canada’s most innovative HR professionals.
More than 80 employees have been fired over the issue with another 20 resigning or retiring in an effort to avoid dismissal.
About 45,000 employees will have medical marijuana coverage as part of their work benefits.
A date has been set for employees to vote over industrial action as the union rallies against “creeping privatization.''
Senior figures from some of Canada’s most eminent firms shared their ideas yesterday with a clear focus on future innovation.
Testing will begin later this month after attempts by the union to block the policy were unsuccessful.
The industry summit will focus solely on tech and transformation, in what is a clear sign of changing times for the HR profession.
The information of approximately 95,000 job applicants has been compromised, according to the fast food giant.
Labour disruption was expected to start on Sunday – instead, a deal will be presented to union members for ratification.
A ruling that senior RCMP officers mercilessly harassed a sergeant should be set aside as flawed, says the federal government.