Report calls for a shift away from the hierarchical structure of the workplace.
Angela Atkins of Elephant HR reveals some of the game-changing strategies that companies are using to create a workplace culture that delivers for everyone.
As a master resume writer, a common theme I hear from new clients is that although their resume used to work well for them in the past, they are now struggling to get an interview.
Where was HR when this company made “multiple violations” of the human rights code during a hiring process?
If you don’t want to ruffle any feathers, it’s important to make sure that the distinction is made between employees and contractors – or you could end up footing a legal bill.
HR managers report receiving everything from bribes, cards and invitations to coffee from hopeful applicants –does it ever work?
A comic shop worker who took to social media to complain about language used in the workplace claimed she was fired because of it.
How does McDonald’s Canada attract, retain and motivate the young people who make up half its workforce? HRM talks to Chief People Officer Len Jillard about the company’s best practices.
September 10 is Suicide Prevention Day. HR is responsible for employee well-being, but what do you do when the problem goes beyond your training or experience?
Washington and Colorado offer lessons to Canadian HR leaders as employers try to navigate new challenges around legal drug use.
There are situations in which employers have to weigh the cost of going to court against the cost of a settlement. HRM looks at what to consider when offering a payment.