Bruce Croxon joins standout line-up of North American business leaders at HR industry’s premier event
If your organization is not already investing in social technology you will lose the upcoming talent war, says one HR tech expert.
Being sent away to reflect on one’s actions may be considered a punishment, but could “time-out” be an effective job performance tool?
With its generous paid parental leave and flexible working arrangements, Norway provides the best work participation and opportunities for women, according to the Global Gender Gap Report. Find out how Canada stacks up.
A recent Court of Appeal decision offers HR insight into the pros and cons of appealing a case that didn’t go the employer’s way.
The major Canadian retailer laid off more than 700 employees this month as part of a management restructuring.
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A new survey reinforces the health risks facing people in desk jobs, including weight gain, vitamin deficiency and eye strain. What can HR do to turn around the trends?
The introduction of gender quotas is approached by many with trepidation. Often naysayers raise concerns that installing quotas could result in candidates being hired based on their gender, rather than merit. But that view may be seriously flawed.
Research from the UK reveals that workers are most likely to consider their job at 1.42pm on a Monday, but they’ll be feeling better about work by Friday afternoon.
Employees are feeling more insecure and under pressure at work than at any time in the past 20 years. How can you address around your employees’ fears and stress?