Nearly two-thirds of HR professionals say Ontario’s labour reforms will lead to cutbacks at their organizations
If your company lacks the budget to address diversity in the way large organizations can, it’s time to get creative in your approach.
France has ordered its workers to disconnect from work after hours, while a German government department has banned its managers from calling or emailing staff outside if hours – so should Canada follow suit?
Controversial emails accuse HR from leading tech companies including Google and Apple of agreeing not to recruit from each other to keep salaries low.
You’ve made an offer and the employee has accepted but now something’s changed. HRM looks at the dos and don’ts of withdrawing a job offer.
Correspondence between CEO Jeff Bezos and his investors gives a sneak peek at the global online retail giant's surprising training policies.
A Toronto man has been charged with attempted murder after allegedly attacking his former managers after he was fired.
An employee subjected to ongoing racial harassment has been awarded $8,000 by a human rights board.
While most companies don't have to luxury of offering staff extravagant perks, a recent survey shows businesses don’t have to break the bank to keep their employees happy.
Retail CEO shares bonus with staff; federal initiatives will address manufacturing industry skills gap; BP faces $1.2m payout to workers affected by Gulf spill
Despite the prevalence of unpaid internships, many HR professionals seem to agree the trend has gone too far.