Workers suffering domestic or sexual violence would be eligible for job-protected leave
The tech giant has dismissed claims made by a former contractor who says she – and others – suffered in a toxic work environment.
One report points to the main reason why workers leave for other firms – and it isn’t poor compensation, inadequate training or a lack of recognition.
An Ontario company failed to take reasonable precautions which could have prevented the critical injury of one employee.
Glassdoor analyzed 470,000 reviews on its website to assess the quality of benefits across job types - here's what it found.
One top lawyer has warned employers not to rely on the common misconception that reasonable notice will be capped according to tenure.
An employee who missed two days of work to care for his children was unjustly dismissed, rules the Ontario Human Rights Tribunal.
The latest ADP survey will make happy reading for employers, who are likely to benefit from employees’ increased confidence.
With the sheer volume of data gained through rewards and recognition platforms, HR has the chance to dramatically boost performance and productivity
Advocates say workers are under an “apartheid system” which strips them of any power and fails to protect them.
The Liberal government is considering legal changes that would grant all federally regulated employees the right to request flexible working hours.