Harnessing the talent boomerang
Employees are at the heart of EY, the Big Four firm formerly known as Ernst & Young. Its Global Managing Partner of People, takes HRM through the firm’s re-branding exercise and shares how its strong networks keep past employees coming back for more
Hey employer you’re looking mighty attractive
A new survey reveals what companies have the most appeal to prospective employees.
Cracking the job listing code
Every industry has its jargon – keep this decoder hidden so the employees don’t translate their job descriptions!
Fit for work: healthy employees get more done
Think what your workers eat and how they use their downtime is none of your business? It could be affecting your bottom line.
Birthday party for boss blows embezzler’s cover
It’s a nice gesture to throw the boss a party, but if the spending seems extravagant it might be time for an internal audit. One US company discovered major fraud after a worker spent large on an event.
Is insufficient pay chasing your workers away?
They say staff leave managers, not jobs, but it seems employees don’t agree, with bad pay topping the list of reasons to quit
Common termination mistakes – what you need to know
It’s never a pleasant process to terminate a worker, but there are plenty of legal pitfalls as well as the personal and emotional side.
Grocery store pays $20,000 for human rights code violation
When a Victoria grocery story fired a woman with depression they violated the human rights code, now they've been fined more than $20,000
Legal eye: $10,000 awarded for disability discrimination
Despite having a plan in place for restructuring, an Ontario company will pay $10,000 for dismissing a worker just before he went on leave for surgery and recovery
The real meaning of job descriptions
Are there some sneaky truths behind these recruitment catch phrases?