Manufacturer’s staff who developed cancer and other illnesses from toxins may now get WSIB compensation
Just because they’re already familiar with company processes doesn’t mean they don’t need orientation, says an HR professional.
A new study finds that workers in stressful jobs are ‘less likely to die’ than less stressed colleagues – but there is one caveat.
Time and attendance data are the foundation of efficient and cost-effective workforce management strategies.
The largest federal civil service union has asked that a mediator be appointed in a dispute that has dragged on for over two years.
A leading employment lawyer explains the difficulties for HR when it comes to imposing prohibitive employment contracts.
British Columbia's unionized teachers have won a long-standing battle with the provincial government.
Overpaid workers are essentially prisoners of their jobs, according to a new survey.
Canada’s immigration website crashed following the shock victory but one legal expert says HR shouldn’t expect an influx of U.S. jobseekers.
They’re part and parcel of being in HR but getting it wrong could cost you your credibility, warns one industry expert.
We talk to one MD about how good stories bring different people to a common point of reflection.