An automated virtual assistant triumphed as tech innovators vied for a major prize at Canada’s inaugural HR Tech Summit
Is Canadian HR behind the times? Half the companies in one country are introducing ‘recharge stations’ - and experts say Canada should follow suit.
Yesterday’s budget release a mixed bag for employers
Gamification is taken a step further with Onetest’s Wasabi Waiter. Are your candidates up for the challenge?
The yo-yoing youth unemployment rate is double the national rate. Can HR help change the trend?
International backlash against data indicating gender pay inequity for the new GM CEO has lead the company to release figures contradicting earlier information.
Improving diversity is a worthy goal for many organizations, but some HR leaders discover that a more diverse workforce means more misunderstandings and miscommunication.
It’s unpleasant for everyone, but conflict resolution is HR’s responsibility: here’s how to do it right
The new generation are highly educated and entrepreneurial, but also ready to move. How do you keep the talent you trained up from taking their skills elsewhere?
There have been many examples of restrictive termination clauses failing in court, but what does a successful clause look like?
Canadian HR has been slower than its American and European counterparts to move company files into “the cloud,” but the discrepancy may have more to do with professional resistance than regulatory requirements.