Not guilty of discrimination, now pay $70k
Poor processes cost an Ontario company more than $70,000 after a tribunal found it hadn’t discriminated, but had failed to properly investigate accusations.
Lessons from Coca-Cola: centralize for efficiency
Tele-HR? HRM finds out how Coca-Cola’s centralized HR call centre works.
HR directors: not taking care of your own team?
According to a new report, organizations are at risk of losing key HR professionals unless they offer more opportunities for career development.
Reference risk: could ex-employees sue?
Lack of caution could cost employers a whopping $70,000 in damages.
Jail time for failure to pay wages
A Cambridge company director will spend three months in jail after failing to pay outstanding wages to his young employees.
Why HR needs a seat at the social media table
It’s easy to put social media into the communications or marketing box and leave it to them, but HR input is vital in bolstering your employer brand.
Around the world in 80 jobs
A scheme aimed at young people will give eight lucky winners the chance to travel and experience the world of work in 80 different jobs across the globe
$59,000 fines over student welder’s injuries
Three companies have been fined up to $70,000 for workplace accidents, including a co-op intern whose inappropriate clothing caught fire, causing second degree burns.
Benefits fraud: how to eradicate it and add to your bottom line
Up to 10% of benefits claims are fraudulent and the more fraudulent claims you allow your employees to make, the higher your premiums next year. Here’s how to reduce them.
Old-fashioned job seekers wary of social media
As the recruitment industry stands, job seekers still prefer to use traditional methods of sourcing new roles, according to new research.