An automated virtual assistant triumphed as tech innovators vied for a major prize at Canada’s inaugural HR Tech Summit
Meet the man who says one simple letter can change the way employers think.
Is that a hair on your lip? Submit your most interesting Movember efforts and win a tasche-tastic top prize.
HR professionals are accustomed to assessing and recommending salary levels for others, but do you know what you're worth?
A new app lets users block co-workers from seeing their online dating profile, avoiding awkward dating mishaps or a workplace faux-pas.
As if to prove that workplace laws exist for everyone, no matter the work being undertaken, a group of exotic dancers in the US have been awarded nearly $10.9m for being unfairly classified as independent contractors by their club.
Trouble recruiting? One industry thinks it has found the key to ending its desperate labour shortage – while boosting innovation at the same time.
A human resources director has won US$1 million in damages after a court found she was wrongfully fired for simply doing what she was paid to do.
A US jury awarded a new mother $185 million in damages after they found that she had been a victim of pregnancy and gender discrimination.
Move over Google – please. Your office space is not the only one winning praise in corporate Canada for making work and, indeed, life easier for the rank and file.
The divide between the use of social media by Canadian job hunters and its use by HR recruitment specialists may in fact be more of a chasm, according to a new study suggesting headhunting efforts are nonetheless poised for a sea-change.