Office canoodling not okay?
Office romances are inevitable, but it's not just HR who dreads the fall out...
Jay Leno takes pay cut to save jobs
As many as 25 staff at US network NBC were saved from the redundancy chopping block thanks to an eleventh hour self-imposed pay cut by the veteran host.
Save $10,000 per employee by encouraging telework
A new study shows Canadian companies are missing out on the benefits of teleworking employees
Ageism accusations in Ontario supermarket dispute
Seven women, all over 60, claim they were discriminated against when Metro and a demonstration company replaced them with “soccer moms”
Attitudes differ on acceptable office attire
You say polo shirt and shorts, I say suit jacket and wing-tips – it seems everyone has different opinions on what’s okay work wear
How to be the bearer of bad news
As layoffs and redundancies continue to make news around the world, one organization is offering advice to the messenger on how not to get shot
Promote from within: design career paths for retention and engagement
Are you doing everything you can to promote from within, and ensure employees see their future at your company? Hear what these business leaders have to say on the topic
How to stay competitive in executive compensation offerings
In today’s world of tighter budgets, hiring freezes and pension blow-outs, is there still a place for executive benefits?
HR worst at leaving personal life at home
Think you’re good at separating work and home? New stats say HR spend the most time talking about home – and are most likely to share secrets with colleagues
Pregnancy discrimination costs BC company $11,000
A financial electronics company VP who was fired within 24 hours of telling the company she was pregnant has been awarded $11,000 in compensation