Workers suffering domestic or sexual violence would be eligible for job-protected leave
Miller Thompson lawyer Cole Lefebvre discusses off-duty conduct and when it warrants discipline.
Will HRPA’s new international network mend broken bridges with the HR community or is it too little too late from the increasingly unpopular organization?
If you don’t have a set back-up plan in place for employee absenteeism, here are 2.8 million reasons to introduce one.
With 25 years’ experience in the field of HR management, Robin Schooling has made her mark on a variety of different industries including banking, gaming, health care and manufacturing.
Researchers say CHROs have the potential to succeed as CEOs - here’s what you should do if you want that top C-suite spot in the future.
A British Columbia court has ruled that information gleaned post-dismissal can still be used to an employer’s advantage.
A new global report exposes six “megatrends” that are taking HR by storm. Here’s how your company can brace for the changes.
HRM announces the winner of the international Movember competition.
Employers don’t value the military past of potential new hires and some are even put off by it, say former soldiers and servicemen. Here’s why you should reconsider…
It takes more than money to keep a talented team happy but, according to one survey, a top-quality coffee could make all the difference.