Gen Y to the haters: We don’t like you either
Generation Y make up a third of the workplace, and they are the most maligned demographic – but the generation conflict isn’t one-directional.
Relaxation programs improve productivity
Could a one-off investment in relaxation have payoffs in job satisfaction, productivity and better health for your employees?
Misunderstood Millennials: Is Gen Y really that bad?
Half of bosses say Gen Y are lazy, unfocused, over-confident and greedy. Is it really true?
Charm school for the office clown
An organization once focused on aristocrats is now applying that experience to helping helping Gen Y sharpen its office etiquette. Here's a list of the big no-no's.
Count interns as employees: industry leader
The dearth of data on the number of interns toiling away across Canada needs to be addressed, says one industry player, arguing those workers should be considered part of any employee database.
Caring for the office cry baby
Let’s face it, crying at work happens – even Facebook’s COO Sheryl Sandberg admits to having shed tears in the office, but how can it best be managed?
Low employee morale linked to lack of communication
A pat on the back a day will keep the resignations away -- it's a new take on an old adage but is increasingly important advice for HR struggling with retention.
Top sectors for taking fake sick days revealed
New research has uncovered which sector is most likely to pull a sickie and it turns out HR are a somewhat honest bunch.
Men prefer female doctor to female boss
Gender equality is improving, but still has a long way to go when it comes to certain roles according to a recent survey.
'Social Climbing' for HR professionals
Social climbing has taken on new meaning for human resources managers as they arduously work to incorporate social media and other new, friendly ways of communication into their relationships into their corporate culture. Are you employing all of these five key strategies?