An automated virtual assistant triumphed as tech innovators vied for a major prize at Canada’s inaugural HR Tech Summit
The 44-day strike could soon come to an end, paving the way for 40,000 employees to return to work.
A controversial new education campaign has raised questions about appropriate workplace language versus freedom of speech.
A leading industry lawyer says recent legislation could shake up the employment landscape.
One town council has proposed a controversial health initiative that financially penalises workers who don’t quit smoking.
Where does integrity fit into HR? We talked to one general manager of HR about how senior practitioners can bring a more balanced perspective to their roles.
Marijuana and elliptical machines? It’s all in a day’s work for these fresh new recruits.
Employers could face serious financial repercussions if they forget about the role benefits play in reasonable notice, warns one lawyer.
The top accountancy firm has officially relaxed its rules on work wear – just weeks after one receptionist was sent home for refusing to wear heels.
It might be the hottest thing in HR right now but one lead commentator says its impact is still limited.
A group of economists have claimed to have discovered a ‘low-cost instrument to stimulate work effort’.