Workers suffering domestic or sexual violence would be eligible for job-protected leave
A third of Canadian workers are assisting an elderly or chronically disabled person and it’s affecting productivity – could a national strategy solve the problem?
Stats Canada reveals unions are falling out of popularity – particularly with young people – could this spell an end to collective bargaining?
HRM speaks to an academic expert about maximizing employee uptake when introducing wearable devices into the workplace.
HRM speaks to industry experts who've overhauled their performance management systems - should your company follow suit?
Landmark decision to award double the previous record serves as a dire warning to companies failing to protect their employees.
Smoother retirement transitions, reduced workplace stress, and improved employee engagement – is it really all possible?
New technology roll-outs can lead to difficult change management processes. Here’s how your organisation can be ready for the ‘Go Live’ date.
HRM speaks to two experts who have overhauled their performance management systems – but are the new options really viable?
One SAP Canada employee who benefited from the company’s Autism at Work program offers some full and frank advice to employers.
Tech giant Apple is facing a lawsuit as employees take action against a policy which they say treats them like ‘animals’.