An automated virtual assistant triumphed as tech innovators vied for a major prize at Canada’s inaugural HR Tech Summit
When a senior leader falls sick, the highly-personal problem can shake company confidence and undermine morale – what should HR do?
The Montreal-based juggernaut says the cuts will come over the next two years, mainly in Canada and Europe.
An international bank is turning over a new leaf this week as it begins placing greater value on team work and ethical behaviour.
Canada employers need to start thinking about the increasingly-aging population, along with society as a whole, a long-term care consultant warns.
One man’s injury in an off-beat industry has prompted the Ontario Court of Appeal to put an end to one major misconception.
Top financial firms are increasingly relying on intelligence officers to root out the unethical employees within their organization.
Are your annual reviews seen as merely administrative or even punitive? HRM talks to two industry experts about how to make your reviews far more effective.
Valentine’s Day became an HR nightmare at this Canadian workplace
HR professionals need to start speaking the same language as the board, a report from one of the world's largest corporate law firms says
A dyslexic employee has won a discrimination case against Starbucks after being accused of falsifying documents