What HR needs to know about Chief Digital Officers
How to know when your company needs a chief digital officer, and what to do when the time is right to acquire one
Most dangerous jobs in the world
What tops Canada’s list of most dangerous jobs, and how do we compare to other countries when it comes to health and safety?
Legal Eye: Can you legally demote an employee?
When an employee isn’t performing in a specific role, can HR move them back into a lesser position? HRM gets the legal insight.
Tattooed worker returns but rules haven’t changed
One of three Ottawa employees locked out for failing to cover tattoos has returned to work, but the employer says its rules are not negotiable.
Professional pariahs: Tips for staff engagement in “dirty jobs”
There are many jobs that society deems “dirty work”, but they are essential roles that benefit many. Here’s how to keep employees engaged and motivated in what are seen as unpopular jobs.
Blog: How I made my first employee cry
Managing people is easy… right? HR blogger Angela Atkins ponders some of the big questions in HR, with some surprising insights.
Why more and more workplaces are going to need shower facilities
Cycling to work is on the way up – particularly if your office is urban, or you have a high proportion of well-educated young men in your workforce, fresh census data shows.
Is your workplace psychologically healthy?
Wellness goes beyond encouraging physical health, but how can HR assess and improve the mental wellbeing of their workforce?
Internet giant faces diversity crisis
One of the biggest brands in the world admits it has a diversity problem – and outlines the steps it’s taking to solve it.
Senior managers slammed in survey
Employees are usually likely to be happy with their line managers, but the same cannot be said about their senior managers.