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?
“It’s an employee’s world, not an employer’s world.”
A Canadian retailer who complained about poor work ethic and a lack of governmental support says she’s now been inundated with job applications.
“Ridiculous” legislation sees HR-language banned
Ontario employers are reeling after a controversial Act was passed this morning, banning the use of certain terminology in employment contracts.
Employee skips training, pockets $13K instead
The 26-year-old plumber missed 491 hours of compulsory education and kept the funds for himself.
Far out Friday: CEO spends $29M on staff holiday
The generous leader splashed out, taking 6,400 employees on a lavish TV-inspired holiday to South Korea.
The training technique many are too afraid to use
It can boost engagement, encourage creativity and increase productivity but many leaders are still reluctant to use this one skill in the workplace.
How to handle tricky overtime requests
Extra hours bump up costs that the company can’t always incur but sometimes staying late really is essential – so how do you strike a balance?