Complainant suspected the worker had accessed their private information – and they were right
Supreme Court of Canada confirms illegality of random alcohol testing, even in the name of safety.
Almost two thirds of employees are on variable pay arrangements and more say that they would become more productive if they were
While Blade Runner might still be a little way off, research and development at one university has resulted in the creation of a series of emotionally-aware robots, and they might be of use to HR.
Supreme Court of Canada confirms employers cannot use random alcohol testing at will, even in the name of safety.
Diversity is linked to better results, happier staff and it increases your talent pool, but the focus can’t only be on recruiting.
Everyone knows that there are some key capabilities that HR professionals need to be across to be effective and successful, but how are those requirements changing?
A newly announced program aims to ensure employee needs and young people’s skills align in the future
When can an employee rescind their resignation?
The usage of social media in recruitment is something that most HR managers have figured out by now, but what they might not have considered is a few of the finer ways social media and mobile phones can change recruitment’s game-plan.
Hitting “reply all” or selecting the wrong name can have dire consequences. How can you manage the situation if it’s happened to you, or one of your employees?