Nearly two-thirds of HR professionals say Ontario’s labour reforms will lead to cutbacks at their organizations
A substitute teacher has been reinstated in Quebec after an arbitrator found the school district was not diligent in looking at the facts
A UK study says work party hangovers cost businesses £740m – no word yet on the comparative Canadian cost.
A new survey shows Canadian’s workplace New Year resolutions, and the changes they’re hoping to see from employers
Female business leaders are still hitting the glass ceiling when it comes to seats on boards, according to a new survey.
More than half of all employers say their staff have been working more hours than normal for the past three years
High attrition rates, disengagement, rock-bottom morale – it’s the stuff of HR nightmares, and all are symptoms of a toxic work environment. How can HR turn it around?
Three recent cases from the Ontario Ministry of Labour show the risks of not taking the right steps to protect employees
Alberta has an employment rate the rest of Canada can envy, but that could all be at risk if it can’t get the skilled workers it needs
Companies are having difficulty executing strategies on leadership development
A man in Singapore wanted to miss work and decided to lie that he had to go to court. Find out what happened