The new law brings sweeping changes to minimum wage, part time work, sick leave and paid leave
Connect with the next generation of would-be employees while they are still in education to help fulfil your company’s future needs.
Didn’t think you could get paid to sit around and watch TV? Guess again. We know one HR team that’s about to get swamped with applications.
Many employers aren’t too interested what employees do in their free time, but being interviewed about your enthusiasm for drugs is something HR can't ignore.
How would you feel about certain fruits being banned in the workplace? Or having to stand when your boss arrives? Some managers have bizarre demands when it comes to office rules.
Home brew, dedicated websites, Lego figures – job seekers will go to extraordinary lengths to make sure that employers notice their CVs. HRM takes a look at some of the most creative resumes out there.
A new report on hygiene indicates that almost half of adults eat at their desks – which carry more bacteria than a toilet seat.
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.
A settlement has been reached with some of the Canadian company’s international divisions, but the organization still faces a long road to resolution.
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.
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.