An automated virtual assistant triumphed as tech innovators vied for a major prize at Canada’s inaugural HR Tech Summit
One leading employment lawyer shares his advice on tackling tenuous employee problems.
The employer of the man responsible for last Sunday’s mass shooting has said background checks failed to uncover any warning signs.
There are both tangible and intangible things in the workplace that can shape cognitive function, according to a new study.
The online retailer is the latest corporate giant to create an executive role dedicated to diversity and inclusion.
A member of the hiring panel has posed an off-limits question – so do you speak up or keep schtum? One employment lawyer weighs in.
HR could potentially trigger an employee’s duty to mitigate but only in certain circumstances, explains one industry lawyer.
RBC and Manulife are among the powerhouse financial firms offering backing to a new insurance platform.
Trudeau’s push to expand the pension plan is dividing Canada’s provinces.
Being able to deal with ambiguity is absolutely essential if HR wants to remain focused and innovative, says one leading business psychologist.
Subtle discrimination can slip through the net but one leading employment lawyer says HR should know better.