Workers suffering domestic or sexual violence would be eligible for job-protected leave
Titled “StopWhitePeople2K16,” the staff training course has come under fire for being racist and counterproductive.
A leading industry lawyer bemoans the scheme but says big data could provide an effective solution.
New regulation came into force yesterday which sees the province limit executive compensation.
Employers who operate over multiple languages mustn’t underestimate the importance of accurate translation, warns one expert.
Two leading educators in the field of workplace health explore the impact substance use can have on employees and the workplace.
The major union announced General Motors as its target to set the pattern agreement in the current round of negotiations.
A leading immigration lawyer claims the Canadian economy would benefit if policy makers made some changes to the current system.
Internships will spike as students search for extra-curricular experience but employers should be cautious, warns one industry expert.
Employees are less willing to work after a single “spliff,” claims a recent academic study.
Leaders who use profanities can grab attention, communicate better and appear ‘cool’ according to researchers.