Complainant suspected the worker had accessed their private information – and they were right
The federal government is to tighten rules around group terminations, making it more difficult for certain companies to conduct mass lay-offs without warning.
In order to successfully step into the boardroom, HR professionals need to meet a number of challenges beforehand
While they may seemingly share the same characteristics, one brings chaos and the other brings motivation
A sewer company in Saskatchewan has been fined $42,000 after the death of two workers in an accident of September 2014
An HR manager for a claims processing company allegedly made ‘racial’ remarks about an applicant’s dreadlocks
The CEO of one international charity foundation talks about its CSR strategy and employee engagement programs
New Brunswick-based trucking firm AYR Motor Express is to sue the government after it was banned from participating in the temporary foreign worker program.
The International Standards Organization has approved a proposal to develop a global HR framework in three years
Leaders who are culture conformists are ineffective and create redundancies, according to a new study
A workers compensation board has been ordered to pay out benefits to a firefighter who was subjected to homophobic abuse and harassment in the workplace