Nearly two-thirds of HR professionals say Ontario’s labour reforms will lead to cutbacks at their organizations
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?
A variation of viewpoints can be good for business but only if the different generations gel – are your workers getting along?
A leading business author explains her findings from interviewing women from different generations about gender equality.
Find out how readers responded when HRM asked the controversial question that splits opinion.
Bizarre questions don’t help anyone in the hiring process – but original ones do. Here are five to try next time
The multi-billionaire internet tycoon says there’s one thing he looks for in a new employee – and it’s always served him well.
Twenty per cent of HR managers put their organizations at risk of a discrimination case simply because they’re under-informed.
Don’t leave everything until they’ve arrived at the office – HR can encourage higher retention rates by reaching out earlier.