Manufacturer’s staff who developed cancer and other illnesses from toxins may now get WSIB compensation
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.
Contrary to popular belief, turnover rates have dropped over the past 15 years.
As career changes go, it doesn't come much more extreme than this. A lawyer has given up his six-figure salary in order to start a circus and become a human cannonball.
There are two kinds of people in the world… cats and dogs?
Employees at IBM once had to sing for their supper – literally. The company published a book of songs praising the company and its founder in the 1920s, a concept which would baffle modern workers.
If you’re offering employees a set number of sick days, can they use them to recover from a bender?
A survey of employees in technology companies has revealed a worrying trend in which bosses are more likely to criticize women and give men constructive feedback in performance reviews.
Emotional intelligence tests are becoming common hiring tools, but how much stock should HR put in the results? HRM investigates.
A new provincial labour board decision on whether an employee’s violent outbursts are dismissal material holds valuable lessons for HR.
Keeping employees engaged and motivated can be an uphill battle in difficult financial times. Aaron Green, vice president of applications at Oracle, shares his tips for keeping the organization on track.