Canadian jobseekers pickier than American counterparts?
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.
Firefighter scared of burning buildings claims disability discrimination
What do basketball and ballet have to do with disability discrimination claims, in the eyes of one state's Supreme Court?
How to toughen up as an HR leader
With business leaders facing unprecedented stress and anxiety, HRM investigates how executives can be more resilient to corporate demands.
Paternity leave around the world
Keep these comparisons in mind the next time you're crafting policies for international offices.
Are unambitious workers a problem?
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.
HR lessons from FIFA teams
The FIFA World Cup started this week, so what can HR leaders learn from these top sport teams?
Lighter side: It’s, like, not a problem to say “like” all the time
Are you, like, judging candidates on their use of the word “like”? Frequent use might be a good sign.
KMI earns PROFIT 500 spot for second year
The company behind HRM Online has earned a spot on the PROFIT 500 list of Canada's Fastest-Growing Companies, overcoming the challenges continuing to confront media.
Lighter side: The taller you are, the better your career chances
Given the above-average height of CEOs and presidents, anybody would think they’ve been chosen for their stature.
Lighter side: Got a large workload? Hope for rain
Bad weather may make getting to and from work harder, but new research reveals that once you’re at work, you’re likely to be more productive if the weather is inclement.