Manufacturer’s staff who developed cancer and other illnesses from toxins may now get WSIB compensation
The angry employee took revenge and shared the secret ingredients online – but could the company sue?
One outspoken futurologist says the employment landscape will change dramatically – can HR keep up?
Twelve Canadian co-workers hit the jackpot late last week, with employees screaming – and swearing – in happiness.
The CEO of a top addiction treatment centre told HRM about how – and why – employers should step in.
It’s an increasingly important retention tool but research shows many businesses are still struggling to meet employees’ expectations.
A US academic has suggested that women are missing out because their male colleagues fear being accused of sexual harassment.
Inconvenient afternoon games have pushed players and supporters alike to predict a wave of “sick days” across Ontario.
It’s the aging elephant in the room – says one industry expert – but more employers need to start addressing it now.
Take note, advises one industry lawyer, often-overlooked employer obligations are also addressed.
One senior business partner from a major Canadian airport authority told HRM how the company managed to fill 168 essential positions – fast.