Struggling retail giant will axe 2900 jobs and shut dozens of stores in restructure
A pessimistic approach can quickly poison a workplace – so how can HR nip any negativity in the bud?
The female CEO of a global beverage company has spoken out about the difficulties of juggling home and work.
Two leading employment lawyers claim there are ways to prevent harmful personalities from every entering the workplace.
Companies are increasingly taking a more lenient approach to employees’ social media use but is it a mistake?
One employee’s request to have the school holidays off should have been protected under the Code, rules Human Rights Commission.
We always assume extroverts have it easy but there are a number of benefits to being a wallflower says one leadership expert.
A famous tech entrepreneur has caused uproar after posting advice which his own daughter later slammed as “sexist, ableist, and racist.”
The British Columbia Human Rights Tribunal ordered the five-figure award for injury to dignity, feelings and self-respect.
The employer was ordered to compensate a unionized employee despite being registered with the WSIB – but why?
The gender pay gap is often partly attributed to haggle-shy women but could they be smarter for staying clear?