An automated virtual assistant triumphed as tech innovators vied for a major prize at Canada’s inaugural HR Tech Summit
Canada’s small businesses spend more per employee on training than larger firms according to the CFIB.
In the modern age of equality even government intelligence agencies are embracing a diverse workforce.
There’s just one place where you can find a honeypot full of employees worth US$48 million a piece, making them the most valuable in the world.
A company has locked out its employees and brought private contractors in to do their work, as negotiations over a new union contract continue.
The Alberta Human Rights Commission says that it was right to fire a lawyer because he breached government policy.
While some companies spend big on their reward and recognition programs, Airbnb has found that it may not always be money that will attract the most attention
The founders of a major Hong Kong retailer have been arrested following the rapid closure of their company and the failure to pay their employees
Employers can breathe a sigh of relief as the provincial government are defining DC plans offering total contributions of 8 per cent as comparable to the ORPP
Employers are expecting a slowdown in salary increases during 2016 according to new research but some sectors are in line for more and other benefits are set to increase.
‘Bold’ and ‘historic’ are just two words being used to describe this new employee policy, which hopes to stamp out one rampant epidemic.