The new law brings sweeping changes to minimum wage, part time work, sick leave and paid leave
Who will shine as Canada’s top HR practitioners at the 2014 HR Awards?
An email mix-up led to an employee’s holiday request going viral and spawning its own Twitter campaign.
New research shows most HR professionals are in the industry by chance, but the right choices are necessary to ensure a successful career.]
Having risen from a temporary night shift with his father at a production plant to one of the highest-paid HR positions on the planet, there’s little Quattrone hasn’t seen in his 40 years at GM. But how will he manage the stress of the spotlight in the midst of a storm of controversy?
Does your organization recognize the value of an HR certificate, or is it all about experience when you’re hiring?
Will a more varied CV help you on your way to the c-suite? HRM Online takes a look at the pros and cons of moving between industry sectors
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.