Nearly two-thirds of HR professionals say Ontario’s labour reforms will lead to cutbacks at their organizations
From engaging speakers to valuable networking opportunities, the first day of the Canadian HR Leaders Summit laid out actionable strategies for an increasingly complex profession
HR and organized labour aren’t exactly a match made in heaven – here, one HRM offers her advice on getting along.
You want to unwind as much as anybody else but your employees may feel like you’re watching them, warns one industry VP.
Lucky moms and dads can expect the same time off at these generous US employers.
Spy agencies will be bolstered with an extra 1,900 employees, according to UK PM David Cameron.
The country’s largest airline has confirmed a 10-year deal with its flight attendants, promising annual pay-rises and increased job security.
One BC-based employment lawyer said a recent record-breaking decision has serious implications for HR professionals.
One leading academic says organizations shouldn’t have high expectations when it comes to external courses.
The HR leader has caused controversy after denying a “culture of racism” despite swastikas being drawn in employee toilets.
The head of a leading charity says HR isn’t doing enough to encourage disabled people into employment.