Nearly two-thirds of HR professionals say Ontario’s labour reforms will lead to cutbacks at their organizations
Employees at one of the world’s largest airports are to be trained to interact with children’s imaginary friends, as the company strives to become the world’s first ‘imaginary friend friendly’ airport.
Employers tend to be too-little aware of legislation prohibiting discrimination based on a person’s family status.
According to a leading learning and development consultancy, there are five key areas in which leaders must be proficient to carry their organization forward.
An analysis by The Financial Times has found that Twitter has continuously been losing staff members since its CEO stepped down.
In a recent blog post, Facebook’s Sheryl Sandberg shared the company’s detailed approach to recognizing and combating unconscious biases in the workplace.
An energy firm has threatened to attack the ability of workers to afford their houses as part of a strategy to end ongoing union-backed strike action.
Can you spot the signs of a disengaged employee before they negatively impact your organisation or start job hunting elsewhere?
The CEO of a US firm swears by one interview question that he says tells him whether or not candidates really want the position.
One expert shares an insight into how HR can ensure that the data it collects will add value to business.
Twitter has apologized after throwing a party for staff with an ‘ill-chosen’ theme, which many have suggested reflects the exclusionary culture of Silicon Valley workplaces.