Report calls for a shift away from the hierarchical structure of the workplace.
A recent shooting has ignited calls for HR to play a role in warning other employers against dangerous employees rather than ‘passing the trash’.
You may not have known it, but as you and other HR professionals go to work next Tuesday you’ll be the centre of attention – somewhere in the world
Footage has emerged of American Apparel employees attacking a piñata that resembles the company’s seemingly unpopular CEO
An IT security firm is warning Canadian HR teams to dust off their suicide prevention manuals and prepare for HR department-focused scams
A survey has unveiled the 10 skills that Canadian HR managers are seeking in their new employees, and it’s not an expensive education
Internal messages from news station WDBJ7 have revealed that the gunman who killed his former colleagues yesterday had been ‘aggressive’ at work.
A new survey reveals the average pay increase that employers are planning to make in 2016. Are you in line for a pay rise?
HRM sits down with Susan O’Dowd, VP of HR at one of Canada’s biggest hospitals about what they’re doing to support employees with mental health issues.
Could it be that you hire people who remind you of yourself? A new study says you do.
HR managers don’t need to look to the US for more examples of company cultures gone wild. There could be just as many right here at home in Canada.