Manufacturer’s staff who developed cancer and other illnesses from toxins may now get WSIB compensation
More than half of professionals are not happy with their available career progression options and 92% of them would leave their jobs because of a lack of opportunities, according to research.
A U.S. employer has demonstrated the worst possible way to fire an employee and landed himself in prison for his efforts.
One labour group claims fast-tracking foreign workers into specific industries is putting all employees at risk. What can HR do to meet staffing and safety requirements?
What can HR do to manage that one worker who seems bent on causing problems?
As an HR professional, you’ve probably heard it all when it comes to excuses from employees. But it turns out that just because they’re strange, it doesn’t mean they’re not true.
Not to be left out of current hiring trends, the mob is jumping on the social media bandwagon to recruit new members.
Providing compensation to dissatisfied customers may seem like a logical response, but these companies should probably stick to a simple apology.
One Canadian business owner is paying the price for his employee’s bad move. Should HR be keeping track of employee driving records?
As HR professionals, we know the importance of building a great personal brand. Nikki Heald, managing director of Corptraining, talks about how the first impressions you give others can impact on your brand.
Is hiring managers “one size fits all” approach losing them good candidates? One young job seeker takes HR to task.