Nearly two-thirds of HR professionals say Ontario’s labour reforms will lead to cutbacks at their organizations
Forcing Muslim workers to eat pork, mocking their language and threatening to replace them with "white" workers sees a Toronto business facing hefty damages.
Sending a Christmas greeting to your clients can be the finishing touch to a successful year’s relationship building, but get it wrong and you could undo all that hard work. Here are some top Yuletide tips
Can you and your employees avoid festive burnout and an unhealthy holiday?
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With its value fluctuating wildly, some professionals are now looking to accept their pay in the cyber currency called ‘bitcoin’.
Another day, another disgruntled employee taking over a business’s Twitter feed. What can HR learn?
Exit interviews are a great way to gain operational insights, but come at a cost. The HR solution may well be “stay” interviews.
Here's a situation few HR have ever experienced, with one employee’s trip to the loo turning quite literally into a bathroom break ... out.
Canada Post, Sears and Kellogg’s have all announced restructuring or layoffs in the last few months. Will the trend continue in 2014, and what are your peers planning?
What can HR do to make sure organizational change doesn't destroy your employee engagement and morale?