Nearly two-thirds of HR professionals say Ontario’s labour reforms will lead to cutbacks at their organizations
A new study shows that HR is focusing on the wrong areas and failing to help older workers bring more value to the business
Despite posting record profits, the Canadian institution plans to axe yet more jobs in 2016.
A European airline is facing backlash after it was revealed bosses had begun charging candidates €60 ($100) to attend an interview.
At first glance, it seems one region is finally tackling the glaring workplace inequality – but on closer inspection, maybe not.
Employers have been sharing the outrageous ways in which ousted employees have responded to the less-than-welcome news.
Hundreds of Ontario workplaces have been exposed for violating the ESA.
The British spy agency has received recognition for being the nation’s most welcoming employer towards lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans people.
There is a simple solution that HR professionals can implement to help develop and retain employees, according to a new study.
It seems it’s no longer enough to have top execs lead by example as survey shows junior employees aren’t following suit.
In a worrying new study, nearly two thirds of employees who suffer from depression say they don’t feel supported in the workplace.