Gov. announces new health and safety rules
Officials announced the new Occupational Health and Safety regulations earlier today, introduced in a bid to better protect employees.
“Aggressive dictators” run too many companies
One leading business expert says scores of executives still rely on fear-tactics when the complete opposite approach would work better.
Is alumni-bias illegal?
The CEO wants to hire a candidate because they went to the same college but could the personal preference be classed as discriminatory?
Will this be the best workplace in the world?
Still under construction, Amazon’s “biosphere” is already receiving a lot of attention on social media.
Why L&D should be a “facilitator of connections”
As the function of L&D evolves, professionals will need a greater focus on changing networks within modern-day organizations.
Canada Post rejects extension request
Strike action is imminent after the company officially refused the union’s pleas earlier today.
Is nepotism ever okay in the workplace?
It’s who you know, not what you know – the age-old adage creeps into organizations everywhere – but is it legal?
The one thing you should never do at a termination meeting
“While it can be tempting, just don't do it,” says one industry lawyer. “Never, ever.”
Appeals Court upholds nine years’ back pay
The controversial Human Rights case has edged forward yet again, explains one leading industry lawyer.
Adapt training to suit different ages, urges study
Young employees learn in a different way to old workers and HR professionals need to be aware, stress academics.