Workers suffering domestic or sexual violence would be eligible for job-protected leave
A leading figure in the HR tech field says recent developments are pushing the industry to reinvent itself.
Five of the firm’s senior leadership team are women – something CEO Matthew Corrin says is down to fair and bias-free recruitment.
Previously criticized for only publishing a summary, the board has now provided more information about its recent bullying scandal.
They might not work for you anymore but an ex-employee can still be held accountable if they sully your name online.
Trustees contributed to a toxic work environment in which employees were harassed and made to fear for their jobs.
A recent decision is providing some clarity to employers over a particularly contentious issue.
A recent legal challenge from the Toronto Star could be of significant concern to employers, explains one industry lawyer.
One new survey shows a vacant leadership role can have an adverse impact on staff – but that doesn’t mean HR should rush to recruit someone.
One industry expert says big businesses stand to learn a lot from the tight-knit organisations that really put people first.
Some people are born with thicker skins but that doesn’t mean mental toughness can’t be taught, says one top Canadian exec.