Avoid ‘check-the-box compliance’ when it comes to cybersecurity
The need to educate employees about cyber risk management is more important than having a compliance program in place, according to one expert.
Big rewards for Dubai’s fat-busting workers
The government has ramped up efforts to help civil servants lose weight, handing out airline tickets and cash prizes to committed employees.
How to encourage accountability
Irresponsible employees can be a drain on colleagues as well as the company – but they’re not necessarily a lost cause, argues one expert.
Sustainability a top retention tool
A leading industry figure says environmentally-friendly employers are more appealing and have happier employees.
Liberals to fall short on jobs promise
PM Justin Trudeau had vowed to create 5,000 green jobs for young people but figures suggest it’s unlikely to happen.
‘Don’t be afraid to lose your best people’
Take a page from some of the best leaders in the corporate world and let your high-performing employees go, says management expert.
New rules set to crack down on mass lay-offs
The federal government is to tighten rules around group terminations, making it more difficult for certain companies to conduct mass lay-offs without warning.
HR’s road to the corporate board
In order to successfully step into the boardroom, HR professionals need to meet a number of challenges beforehand
Are you an introverted leader or a macromanager?
While they may seemingly share the same characteristics, one brings chaos and the other brings motivation
Employer fined $42,000 after two men die in workplace accident
A sewer company in Saskatchewan has been fined $42,000 after the death of two workers in an accident of September 2014