Call centre employee tests limits of accommodation duty
Learn from these guys: following accommodation procedure can protect you from losing lawsuits
Too far? Law firm tracks staff through fingerprints
You want to know when your staff arrive and how long their breaks are, but has one Toronto law firm gone too far?
Pick potential over performance every time
Are you being dazzled by results in the ‘here and now’, instead of looking at longer term leadership potential? It’s not always the shining starts who have the most potential.
Just 16% of employers use social media for engagement
While social media becomes increasingly popular as a recruitment tool, employers are missing opportunities for engagement
Grocery store pays $20,000 for human rights code violation
When a Victoria grocery story fired a woman with depression they violated the human rights code, now they've been fined more than $20,000
Six reasons for dismissing an employee
Sometimes new hires just don’t work out for a company… Here’s a breakdown of the main signs that a new recruit might not be the right fit.
Managing and supporting grieving employees
Managing and supporting grieving employeesWhen an employee loses someone close to them, it’s hard to know the best way to help and support. HRM asked the experts how they would approach the situation.
US company charged for discrimination
A US firm faces $165,000 pay out to settle a race discrimination lawsuit
Canada tops places international workers want to move
If you’re not already looking at foreign workers you will be soon, luckily for Canadian employers this country is in high demand
Women who complain of sexual harassment get labeled troublemakers
Just 20% of sexual harassment victims make complaints, maybe because those who do are likely to be ostracized and labeled troublemakers