Nearly two-thirds of HR professionals say Ontario’s labour reforms will lead to cutbacks at their organizations
Author claims $90k disability benefits for agoraphobia, while travelling the world and working in Argentina.
McDonald’s Canada has suspended its temporary foreign worker program pending an investigation into alleged abuses.
If most Canadians feel their work is “just a job”, your organization is missing out on discretionary effort and engagement. What can HR do?
Transition consultant Wendy Robertson talks herbal tea, HR funding, and dinner with Sheryl Sandberg and Kate Middleton.
Painting fingernails for a living is better than doing HR, according to this list of the best jobs
Being fired after mere months in the job isn’t always a bad thing, especially if you walk away with a US$58million severance package like former Yahoo chief operating officer Henrique de Castro
HR managers are being advised to check their systems and investigate employee theftpolicies relating to employee theft after an employee was found to have defrauded her employer of $300k over seven years.
An institute is creating $500 workshops for those who claim to be bullied in the workplace – and new research shows those bullied individuals may not always be who we suspect
A B.C. mining company will cut its workforce by five per cent to reduce costs.
Caught on camera behaving badly, two employees have been suspended and face termination after being filmed throwing luggage from a plane.