An automated virtual assistant triumphed as tech innovators vied for a major prize at Canada’s inaugural HR Tech Summit
It might sound far-fetched to some but recent changes to the Ontario Human Rights Code suggest otherwise.
One recent case in Ontario has illustrated just how invaluable a certain clause within an employment contract can be.
If you promote greatness in those below you, it is likely you are a superboss. Which of these three categories fits with your motivational style?
An unusual industry competition has given one museum the perfect opportunity to promote its “light-hearted” culture.
One former patient claims a nurse’s “terrifying” tattoo left her with nightmares but bosses have stood by their liberal appearance policy.
It’s a perk that employers are increasingly considering to attract the young up-and-comers – but is it really worth it?
The countdown to the most prestigious awards in the industry is now on.
How do you stop your firm from being devastated by rapid technology changes? We asked a group head of HR at MasterCard for his thoughts on the matter.
An interim decision by Ontario’s Human Rights Tribunal could bolster female employees’ rights following a lost pregnancy.
A major media organization has launched the unusual L&D exercise as workers are exposed to chaotic crowds and dangerous melees.