Most companies are concerned about their employees’ mental wellbeing, but very few have a formal plan in place
New research shows organizations are turning to blind recruitment to ensure a “diverse flow of talent.”
A federal court judge has signed off on an agreement which will see victims of sexual harassment awarded between $10,000 and $220,000.
The Canadian Federation of Independent Businesses said a 32 per cent increase would force employers to make difficult choices.
The organization’s latest VP of HR joins the company following a stint at consulting giant Korn Ferry.
Canada’s largest railway has managed to avoid strike action after coming to a last-minute settlement with union representatives.
From interactive walls to world-class views, the new state-of-the-art building is designed to foster collaboration and innovation.
Union representatives issued a 72-hour notice over the weekend which means staff could legally walk off the job on Tuesday.
The financial giant says it’s moving to a more flexible approach which places increased trust in employees.
A union alliance representing about 175,000 workers launched an unlimited general strike on Wednesday.
The tech giant will be introducing “Google for Jobs” over the next few weeks.