“I quit!” – “Not yet, you don’t!”
In a positive ruling for employers, one Ontario organization was recently awarded $35,000 following an employee’s wrongful resignation.
Preventing bullying in a changing workplace
The constant push towards change and innovation can create the perfect conditions for bullying and harassment – here’s how HR can avoid it.
WestJet hit by harassment allegation - again
A former flight attendant has launched her second lawsuit against the Canadian carrier, making renewed claims of a sexist culture.
Tech company criticized for firing employee after online abuse
The global organization has been accused of abandoning the worker while she was being ruthlessly harassed online.
Courts revaluating “reasonable notice”
Low-skilled workers are often afforded less notice than specialized staff but that tradition could be changing, warns one industry lawyer.
The two magic words that motivate staff the most
There’s a cheap and simple way HR can get the best out of employees and encourage engagement too.
How to respectfully fire someone
Whether they're a major player or a junior clerk, one CEO says it's important to keep things civil and stop bridges being burned.
“Think before you write,” warns top lawyer
HR professionals have been urged to carefully consider what they include in discipline or dismissal letters.
Boeing to cut at least 4,000 jobs
While the multinational aerospace firm has announced staff reductions for later this year, it says it will try and do so without the need for forced layoffs.
Clarifying accountability between regional HR roles
With responsibilities often overlapping between regional HR leaders, what steps can be taken to align the direction and purpose of these senior positions?