The new law brings sweeping changes to minimum wage, part time work, sick leave and paid leave
G Adventures reveals the ways it embraced unconventional recruiting techniques to find optimal cultural fits
A multinational CHRO was shocked to learn his company was unknowingly engaged in unethical practices overseas. Here’s how he fixed it.
New research suggests it might be best to make this year’s Christmas bash your last – for employees and employers.
Ottawa man Ian Bush faces six charges following the shocking attack of a 101-year-old war veteran.
Marie-Josée Guilbault shares the secrets to managing the diverse workforce that runs “The circus that took over the world”.
Training, or Learning and Development (L&D), is a central— indeed, critical—part of the modern organisation, large and small and in both private and public sectors across Canada, according to Mike Magee, CEO of TP3.
Even if you don’t need their language skills, one new study is saying multi-lingual employees might have more to offer.
Cirque du Soleil’s employee base encompasses over 100 different professions. Here’s how they find the most unusual among them.
Leading employers say daily polls catch problems before they have time to fester.
80 per cent of HR professionals say candidate experience isn’t important but management consultant Lucy Beaumont staunchly disagrees.