Five HR trends for all-round employee health
An engaged employee is healthy in both body and mind. What changes can 2016 expect in this area and how can HR get on board?
First-name-basis is familiar enough, argues union
One employer’s attempt to create a people-first philosophy ended up in labour arbitration after workers voiced their concerns.
Jobs are under attack – but not by robots
With the dot-com revolution of 1994-2004 long dead, how will our economy grow over the next 25 years?
Workers over 45 lack opportunities to mentor young staff, says survey
Employers are failing to invest in proper skills transfer and mentoring, says a new survey.
Two questions to ask before scrapping performance reviews
Instead of following the trend and eliminating performance reviews, will this step really bring about positive change to your company?
ORPP poses “tight deadlines” for employers
Further details on the Ontario Retirement Pension Plan were released yesterday along with a warning to employers.
Infamous employer hit with seven-figure payout
A former employee hit back at the global yoga guru, alleging gender discrimination, wrongful termination and sexual harassment.
Why some employees learn languages better than others
Some employees learn languages much faster than others, and new neuroscience research might have just discovered why.
Three critical skills needed to survive HR disruption
With all of the changes occurring in today’s business world, what can HR do to stay afloat and actually create value amidst the turbulence?
Major cuts at Canadian media corp.
The organization announced yesterday it would be letting go around four per cent of its workforce, an estimated 200 people.