Nearly two-thirds of HR professionals say Ontario’s labour reforms will lead to cutbacks at their organizations
Senior leaders are unlikely to believe employees who call in sick and will rarely show sympathy, reveals new report.
One of the world’s oldest banking institutions has offered broader, faster access to treatment for staff members diagnosed with gender dysphoria.
Gender parity a hot topic the world over but one new survey suggests businesses are still tackling it in entirely the wrong way.
One Ontario company was sentenced earlier today following the death of a non-employee on their work premises.
A Winnipeg cleaning company must amend its policies – and pay up – after dismissing one worker just days after she revealed she was pregnant.
With 25 years’ experience, the controversial review site has appointed an industry veteran to oversee its people operations.
Recent research indicates former criminals re-entering the workforce are no more inclined towards misconduct than their crime-free counterparts.
One management expert goes over five important functions which he says are routinely ignored or overlooked by those in senior leadership positions.
A recent Ontario case is highlighting the importance for employers to train staff in accommodating all disabilities – even the invisible ones.
One leading academic explains exactly what schadenfreude is, why it’s present in most workplaces and how HR can stamp it out.