Nearly two-thirds of HR professionals say Ontario’s labour reforms will lead to cutbacks at their organizations
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As the temperature drops and the big chill kicks in, HRM got the legal low-down on how HR should handle snow-days.
Whether it’s the base wage or the bonus scheme, major changes can spell trouble - warns one labour and employment lawyer.
You’ve made an offer and the applicant accepted – but something’s changed. Here, HRM looks at the legal implications of withdrawing.
After a lengthy absence, employers are legally allowed to ask for more substantial sick notes, rules one court.
Trust takes years to build but seconds to break – so can HR lawfully sack someone for just one slip-up? HRM investigates.
You might think the suggestion would save them face but one leading employment lawyer says it’s not that straight-forward.
The Dutch brewery showed its sense of humour in an outlandish hiring campaign…
A restauranteur shot to internet fame when he refused to sugar-coat the job advertisement for second-in-command.