Workers suffering domestic or sexual violence would be eligible for job-protected leave
What’s the one perk that could encourage your staff to stick around? You might be surprised at what counts.
Ontario Provincial Police are taking proactive steps to reduce operational stress injuries after an Ombudsman report into the problem
Cancelling bonuses carries a heavy cost for eHealth Ontario, which has settled with 738 workers.
BC employers now have a clear break down of how dire the skills shortage could get. Is the rest of Canada just as close to crisis?
An Ontario dairy company that ignored an inspector’s instruction was fined after a worker was badly burned.
Make sure your technology use policy is robust to avoid the legal wrangling over whether your employees can expect privacy on work computers.
Learn from the mistakes of others – HMV gives HR an excellent example of what not to do in a case of mass terminations
Today is World Cancer Day, so HRM looks at how HR can best support employees affected by cancer.
Managers may be more likely to perceive ‘wrongdoing’ in black and white term, so how can you stay more open-minded?
The media storm and applause heaped upon Yahoo following its decision to hire a pregnant CEO last year ignited the discussion around pregnant candidates, discrimination and what to do when faced with the hiring decision.