Nearly two-thirds of HR professionals say Ontario’s labour reforms will lead to cutbacks at their organizations
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.
It wasn’t public at the time but now the sexual harassment of a HR director is being blamed for the resignation of a former US public servant.
Some of the most innovative companies in the world ensure that innovation is a key part of their workplace cultures, too.
Retired Hamilton steelworkers are applauding a new court decision that will protect the place of pensioners in the queue of creditors for U.S. Steel Canada.
Canadian weight loss business Herbal Magic has closed stores after allegedly telling employees to print off closure signs and lock the doors.
Language; used well it is HR’s greatest tool but sometimes the words we choose are our greatest weakness.
It’s been a long time coming but this discrimination case could see one company forced to reach a settlement with former female employees.