It’s unclear how Trump’s trade policy changes will impact the Canadian economy and many employees may have unanswered questions.
A bona fide medical marijuana user is taking his right to smoke pot at work all the way to the Canadian Human Rights Commission, after he says he was fired for the practice by TD Bank.
In just a few years you might be choosing your best candidate based on how their avatar performs in a serious of screening tests.
Tired and overworked employees cause situations that can put countless lives in peril. Follow these guidelines to keep your organization safe.
The Nova Scotia Human Rights Commission has found in favour of a former employee and regional educator with the Black Educators’ Association, who was successfully undermined by a colleague and eventually fired because she was “not black enough” for the role.
A decision by a manager to terminate an employee has turned deadly, when it caused the employee with a screwdriver to face-off against the manager with a pocket knife
Employee theft is one of HR’s biggest concerns and it can be hard to catch, but how did this employee walk away with almost two million quarters?
Nothing brings laughter to the hiring process like finding outrageous errors in resumes. Here are some of the most hilarious CV claims.
How many resumes cross your desk with a philosophy degree? LinkedIn’s new feature shows the degree may be more useful than it sounds.
HRM caught up with Workday's for a Q&A on what HRMs can do to position organizations and themselves for growth.
A controversial article calls for HR to be split into different roles to better serve businesses. Is it time to say goodbye to the traditional HR department?