Report calls for a shift away from the hierarchical structure of the workplace.
The world will be watching Luxembourg this week when the European Court of Justice hands down a decision in the landmark case of an employee who was fired for being overweight.
Which international company is offering even part-time employees a free education in hopes they’ll stick around?
And why is the global chocolate empire paying to send them there?
Don’t think that the proximity of the countries means your recruiting techniques can transition smoothly: a new report finds attitudes of jobseekers north and south of the border are very different.
What do basketball and ballet have to do with disability discrimination claims, in the eyes of one state's Supreme Court?
With business leaders facing unprecedented stress and anxiety, HRM investigates how executives can be more resilient to corporate demands.
Keep these comparisons in mind the next time you're crafting policies for international offices.
Canadian HR pros debate whether someone content to remain in a low or mid-level position is a problem to be solved, or a business necessity.
The FIFA World Cup started this week, so what can HR leaders learn from these top sport teams?
Are you, like, judging candidates on their use of the word “like”? Frequent use might be a good sign.