The new law brings sweeping changes to minimum wage, part time work, sick leave and paid leave
Employees who take lunch at their desks aren’t saving time – they’re sapping themselves of creativity, says one expert.
Shared spaces are increasingly springing up across Canada – could they be the compromise everyone’s been looking for?
Police, employees and union stewards were called after a noose was found hanging by a black employee’s station and vehicle.
Your union membership is getting younger – HR must get ahead of the shift to stay onside with organized labour.
Now is the time to invest in senior executive talent, says one academic, rather than opting for a slash and burn approach.
The Reddit CEO may have lost her lawsuit but experts say the high-profile case is a catalyst for real change.
Is bias against blue-collar jobs and an excess of uni grads making it hard to hire in certain industries?
One leading thinker has spoken out about the state of the industry and said HR needs to step up in order to ensure success.
Innovative learning models are shaking things up when it comes to coaching and training. Should you?
Experts are concerned the tragedy will further demonize employees with mental health problems – it’s HR’s job to make sure that doesn’t happen.