The new law brings sweeping changes to minimum wage, part time work, sick leave and paid leave
New study suggests pushing employees to go the extra mile could lead to more deviant behaviours
It may sound too simple to be true but – according to one VP of HR – it can have a major impact on workplace wellness
HR may have met all the legal obligations but employees could still make a successful constructive dismissal claim, warns one industry lawyer.
A new study shows HR managers are enjoying one of the most underrated jobs in Canada with the chance to truly make a difference.
Think you’ve got what it takes to make it to the c-suite? Be prepared for a rigorous recruitment process, says one expert.
To succeed in the marketplace, you must succeed in the workplace. How can employers reach success in both?
A Quebec judge admits the ruling violates employee rights but says health and safety still takes precedence.
The union has confirmed which company will be next to enter negotiations, pending ratification of its deal with GM.
The answer is a resounding ‘Yes!’ as latest Employer of Choice survey shows employees giving it high marks.
A recent study has revealed discrimination (even against healthy women) is present in many workplaces.