An automated virtual assistant triumphed as tech innovators vied for a major prize at Canada’s inaugural HR Tech Summit
Allowing staff to choose when to work and when to take time off doesn't mean they'll abuse your leave policies, insists one corporate training expert.
An Ontario manufacturer has been hit with a six-figure fine after violating its own safety rules.
From high heels to short skirts, some employers enforce a different dress code on female workers – but just what is discriminatory?
Approximately 1,200 civic workers will be educated on the issue before the end of the year, it was revealed yesterday.
Sixty per cent of millennials said they chose their current position because it offered a “sense of purpose.”
The CEO of the e-commerce firm decided to offer a highly unusual benefits package, reimbursing his fulltime employees for their wedding expenses.
The luxury car dealership was sentenced earlier today following safety failures which saw one young worker seriously injured.
Consider the neurotic film director and tap into distinct personalities, says one industry academic.
An Ontario organization has been hit with a hefty fine after two poorly informed workers were seriously injured in separate accidents.
How you measure employee performance can mean some staff misrepresent the number of hours worked, says one leading business professor