Nearly two-thirds of HR professionals say Ontario’s labour reforms will lead to cutbacks at their organizations
Tributes are being paid to Bob White, the founding president of the Canadian Auto Workers union.
The claim has been launched on behalf of more than 300 employees who claim they unfairly lost their severance entitlements.
A New Brunswick hospital has been ordered to reinstate a lab employee who missed work for a month because he was incarcerated.
An employer has told its workers they are not allowed to drink alcohol between nine and five.
Multiple claims – to the tune of $200,000 – were found to be in breach of the Toronto hospital’s code of conduct.
A long-service employee who was fired over a $1 misunderstanding has now won $46,000.
Finance Minister Kevin Doherty says forcing public servants to take unpaid time could save the province $11 million for every day off.
The HR director of Coca-Cola South Pacific outlines four tips for dealing with change.
The Supreme Court suggests a more technical analysis of termination provisions is not the appropriate test, at least in Ontario.
HRM looks beyond the awkwardness at some practical tips for delivering the feedback that no one wants to receive.