Nearly two-thirds of HR professionals say Ontario’s labour reforms will lead to cutbacks at their organizations
Do your employees form best friendships at work? If so, great, but you shouldn’t really care any more, says global HR guru.
The issue of whether a self-employed contractor is really an employee has been highlighted by two court cases.
When a major retail chain increased the wages of its lowest paid workers it thought it would boost morale but things haven’t quite paid off.
Taco Bell is putting out public relations fires all over the US, after multiple employees hit headlines for showing their disrespect for the law.
A theatre company in Australia has advertised for people with no theatrical experience to perform workplace activities in front of an audience with no rehearsal.
HR managers will soon have to learn to ask their employees to ‘let go’ and work less, turning the traditional goal of the HR function on its head.
Publicly-traded US companies will be required to make it clear how much the boss earns in relation to the staff.
Extending workplace safety rules to workers in one sector who are not currently covered may be a good thing for employers, according to the president of a farming body.
The arguments that occur in offices worldwide about air conditioning settings have uncovered a case of technology-based gender discrimination.
A HR manager has filed a lawsuit claiming she was fired from her previous employer for the strangest of reasons: following the rules.