Nearly two-thirds of HR professionals say Ontario’s labour reforms will lead to cutbacks at their organizations
Coffee, treats and over-the-top resumes – would these work on you? HR managers report receiving everything from bribes, cards and invitations to coffee from hopeful applicants –does it ever work?
Looks matter: four in five senior managers say image has great impact on their decision to hire
Despite onboarding and continued communication, less than 50% of workers say they know what their HR guidelines are.
When will employees learn they can’t get away with social media attacks – even if they hide behind a colleague’s name.
New proposed leave options emphasize caring for family and children, and supporting employees whose children have been the victim of a crime.
An ongoing dispute regarding an organization’s “sexual harassment culture” has put the HR department in the spotlight.
As Toronto Fire tries to encourage women to join their brigade, two male firefighters have been suspended over sexist tweets.
A police officer who urinated on another officer was fairly fired, according to a review board.
Yahoo’s CEO has appeared in a recent issue of Vogue, sparking controversy around women’s representation in the C-suite.
Innovation giant Google is clamping down on the initiative that gave rise to some of its greatest projects.