An automated virtual assistant triumphed as tech innovators vied for a major prize at Canada’s inaugural HR Tech Summit
During an investigation it can be hard to separate the truth from the lies. Can HR ask employees to put their stories to the test?
Mark your calendars: HRD magazine is bringing an executive-focused HR event to Toronto with speakers from KPMG, Canadian Tire and Government of Canada.
One provincial human rights tribunal weighed in on whether a Canadian experience requirement is discrimination. Could your hiring policies be putting your company at risk?
Does extreme obesity count as a disability? One advisor's report to Europe's top court could have far-reaching ramifications for international workplace law.
NBA superstar LeBron James is heading home to Cleveland, where he got his career start. HRM looks at the pros and cons of rehiring former employees.
A high-level female executive at Yahoo is being sued for sexual harassment by a female colleague. How should HR react when serious accusations are made against people in their organization?
HR managers sometimes need to try to “coach” people who do not want to be coached. HRM finds out how to win over difficult line managers.
HR guru Dave Ulrich reflects on why some people still hate HR and provides some suggestions on how to promote positive views of the best profession in the world.
Google was once known for asking job candidates unusual and complicated questions, but it has done away with brain teasers in favour of behavioural interviews. Here’s a look at some of the most bizarre questions put to interviewees.
A US company has disciplined workers for “excessive use of the bathroom” and installed a swipe card system to monitor bathroom use.