Nearly two-thirds of HR professionals say Ontario’s labour reforms will lead to cutbacks at their organizations
If your constructive criticism doesn’t always go down so well, you may want to reconsider the way you interact with employees.
A top HR figure has warned employers not to underestimate the importance of early interactions with new workers.
New Canadian research suggests physical and mental wellness may take a hit when employees experience upheaval in the workplace.
One leadership development expert says internal mentorship programs can be seen as unfair. Here’s how to fix it.
A metal recycling company was sentenced in Peterborough court yesterday, after admitting its role in a fatal workplace accident.
A cap on benefits for widows and widowers remains a key complaint which the government is yet to address.
Striking Halifax Chronicle Herald employees held rallies yesterday to mark a one-year anniversary nobody wanted to reach.
One Dominos’ HR head discusses how the firm transformed a locally-based HR structure into a global one.
The healthcare provider admits it was surprised when a union tabled the proposal but says it’s the right thing to do for employees.
The fast-food giant has developed a framework to engage team members in self-reflection and self-evaluation.