Struggling retail giant will axe 2900 jobs and shut dozens of stores in restructure
Two class-action law suits are taking aim at the federal government, claiming it “purged” its workforce of LGBT employees
The Canadian arm of a global pharmaceutical company says its approach to transparency is influencing the entire industry.
An attempt to avert a potential Nova Scotia teachers strike failed yesterday after terms for conciliation couldn’t be reached.
A new report found that men are more motivated by their own success and women are more motivated by organisational fit.
The Public Service Alliance of Canada is calling on the PM to live up to his election promise and partner with federal workers.
Unifor claims negotiations have proved to be the most difficult among the Detroit Three.
Brian Pallister won’t confirm whether he is seeking a public-sector pay freeze but says the measure wouldn’t be unheard of.
One HR expert says there’s a major disconnect between how managers see their young workers and how millennials see themselves.
A recent UK decision could have major repercussions for firms that have a large workforce of self-employed associates.
We look at whether or not HR should encourage executive directors to hold an external board director position.