Manufacturer’s staff who developed cancer and other illnesses from toxins may now get WSIB compensation
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 dismissal.
Low crude prices and disrupted oil-sands operations have pushed Nexen Energy to lay off yet more employees.
Manufacturing plants often rely on robotic workers but this luxury company says real employees are outperforming their mechanical counterparts.
There are a number of benefits to so-called “boomerang” employees, says one staffing expert – but only if HR gets it right.
As the number of millennials within the workplace increases across the globe, what can HR do to better engage this younger demographic on their terms?
What are CEOs looking for in their CHROs? Which qualities do you need to become the high performing HR business partner they seek?
One CEO offers some useful tips about successfully garnering staff support while bringing significant cultural change into a firm.
Employers who fail to back their innovation rhetoric with action can foster disillusionment amongst the workforce. Here’s how to avoid this unpleasant scenario.
The San Francisco-based software company has sent out an unusual HR request, cracking down on “crude” employee behaviour.
Does this unidentified employee take the title as world’s worst co-worker? One woman claims his “abusive” behaviour affected her health.