Which country’s employees are better off?
When it comes to average income and spending money, how does Canada compare?
Why Facebook encourages staff to ‘break things’
HRM investigates how the social media giant prepares its employees for the unexpected
How to tell staff they're dressed inappropriately: Summer Edition
As the weather heats up, it’s tempting for employees to push the dress code boundaries. How can HR prevent inappropriate clothing choices?
Lighter side: Thumb-sucking, talking to squirrels and other interview faux pas
Most HR professionals have interesting interview stories, but some of these ones take strange interviews to a new level.
Regular office hours… for pilots?
This country’s dedication to the nine to five workday might have gone too far.
Lighter side: Man shot with tranquilizer dart in safety drill fail
Workplace health and safety is essential, especially if your workplace is filled with wild animals. A Tenerife zoo ran a drill for a gorilla escape featuring a worker in a gorilla suit, but forgot to tell the vet that it wasn’t real.
HR careers: Plugging the hole in your CV
Climbing the career ladder can be tricky if you find yourself short on desired experience. HRM looks at what companies want to see on your CV and how you can get it.
What is it like working in HR in a law firm?
How do 100 smart, demanding bosses sound? That’s part of the challenge and opportunity of overseeing HR in a law firm.
Five minutes with... Debby Carreau
HR consultant and entrepreneur Debby Carreau, named one of Canada's Most Powerful Women in 2013, tells HRM why she'd like to see more business classes included in HR degree programs.
International news: Minimum wage hike prompts job loss warning
As Canadian provinces debate raising the minimum wage, one country’s business community warns rising pay rates will gut small companies.