An automated virtual assistant triumphed as tech innovators vied for a major prize at Canada’s inaugural HR Tech Summit
Walmart are taking drastic steps to keep workers happy – by scrapping the incessant cycle of overplayed songs.
The MD of Google Canada says Canadian businesses are too slow in adopting digital technology and they’re suffering because of it.
A recent report has taken each country’s cost of living and tax rate into consideration, casting genuine light on international pay disparity.
A BBC journalist mistakenly announced that Queen Elizabeth had died, causing Buckingham Palace to break its own protocol of remaining silent on speculation.
According to a leading psychologist, psychometric assessments can be invaluable to ensuring the success of mergers and acquisitions
Later this week, one lawyer will be arguing on behalf of hundreds of women who say the RCMP systematically discriminated against them.
A government commissioned research project has reinforced that prolonged sitting is causing health issues, leading to a call for employers to address inactivity in the workplace.
Thinking of harbouring innovation through a partnership with a smaller company? Springday’s CEO outlines the key steps you need to consider before making your move.
Maths and literacy might have to move higher up HR’s agenda after a new report shows many employees aren’t adept enough to do their jobs well.
In Japan, there are over 2,000 work-related suicides each year. The Japanese government has drafted plans to tackle the issue of ‘karōshi’ – death from overwork.