Nearly two-thirds of HR professionals say Ontario’s labour reforms will lead to cutbacks at their organizations
Technology makes it hard to truly disconnect from work, so one company is offering employees the chance to take a break from their company email.
Are you considering taking a career break but concerned about the impact it could have on your career?
Is HR swinging too much towards the data-driven practices of finance and operations? One researcher worries HR is losing its connection to the people.
A Unilever exec reveals the company’s groundbreaking initiatives against administrative gridlock and employee sluggishness.
Canadian Tire has managed to re-engage its diverse workforce and convince them of their centrality to the whole of Canadian life by using just three short words.
HR managers will need to be increasingly vigilant in combatting the tide of Internet and email porn, with two dozen civil servants exposed for inappropriate Internet use.
Human resources guru David Ulrich is now confirmed as keynote speaker for the HR Leaders Summit, set to share his insights with more than a hundred of Canada’s leading directors.
It may sound like sexism, but a study shows that both male and female employees prefer to work for men.
A major unpaid internship program has been permanently scuttled after a dispute with a former intern, in a move that could contribute to the end of such arrangements.
What benefit technology do your employees wish they had – and what’s next for the industry? HRM looks at current and future top trends.