Five tips for acing a HR job interview
As HR professionals, conducting job interviews is our bread and butter. But being on the other side of the interview requires different skills and not everyone gets it right. HRM looks at how to avoid the pitfalls.
Partial settlement reached in Nortel $7.3 billion pension debate
A settlement has been reached with some of the Canadian company’s international divisions, but the organization still faces a long road to resolution.
Company offers employees $25,000 to quit
Want to make sure you have an engaged workforce? One gaming company is offering its workers a great incentive to quit if they’re unhappy, leaving behind those who love the job.
Can you fire someone for swearing at work?
Following some high profile cases in the US, HRM looks into whether Canadian employers can legally fire people for swearing. As it turns out, the answer depends on the context.
Five ways to boost workplace diversity
Is your organization talking about diversity, but not taking enough action? HR leader Dennis Fong shares his award winning diversity strategy.
Who’d throw a friend under a bus for a promotion?
Which of your employees would ditch a friend if it meant a better job, and who would rather lose out on the step up? Hint: Millennials aren’t known for their loyalty.
The argument for letting employees waste time at work
Can “cyberloafing”, or browsing the web at work, actually be beneficial for employees and productivity levels?
Employers fined after employee catches fire
Two companies face hefty fines after a worker was seriously burned by a poorly placed heater.
How to recruit “passive candidates”
The talent your organization needs might be right under your nose, in the form of “passive candidates” – workers who are open to new job opportunities, but aren’t actively looking for them.
Human Equity: Moving beyond diversity
When you consider an employee as a whole person you get the best results for them and your company.