Workers suffering domestic or sexual violence would be eligible for job-protected leave
As HR professionals, we’re used to being on the employer side of salary negotiations. But what happens when we need to negotiate our own pay packets? Going large may be the key.
Living and working in Northern Canada holds unique challenges for HR pros - including convincing candidates they won’t have to live in igloos.
The workplace health assessment is becoming an increasingly common part of benefits packages, but many organizations are wasting the valuable data.
One Canadian woman hopes to see “body modifications” added to the human rights code, claiming she’s been discriminated against for her dyed hair and 22 piercings.
If sexual harassment is taken so seriously, how did this happen? The world's best-known spy agency is facing scrutiny of its harassment policies.
Is your HR department looking a little empty? A new report says HR pros are the most likely to take time off for the World Cup. What are the other cup-related productivity concerns?
If Canada’s unemployment rate worries you, be glad you’re not an HR manager in Mauritania – but which country has the least unemployed people?
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?