Report calls for a shift away from the hierarchical structure of the workplace.
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Don’t jump the gun just because your employee behaved somewhat inauspiciously online, warns one labour lawyer.
Yet another decision in favour of the employer shows inappropriate off-duty conduct increasingly warrants dismissal.
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The program director of a leading disability organization offers her expert advice on using the right terminology and what to avoid.
One SAP Canada employee who benefited from the company’s Autism at Work program offers some full and frank advice to employers.
HR departments are increasingly investing in training to tackle inadvertent prejudice – but would their budget be better spent elsewhere?
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A leading business author explains her findings from interviewing women from different generations about gender equality.
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