One of Canada’s most unconventional leaders shares his secret to success and says there’s a better way to do business…
The tech giant’s failed attempt to “celebrate women” perfectly illustrates an ongoing problem pervading the industry.
A major social media platform has been criticized for the disrespectful way one employee learned of his job-loss.
The angry employee took revenge and shared the secret ingredients online – but could the company sue?
Inconvenient afternoon games have pushed players and supporters alike to predict a wave of “sick days” across Ontario.
It’s a concern that’s not going away – in fact, it’s expected to get worse as Canadians increasingly embrace everything social media. But there’s hope for HR professionals grappling with off-duty misconduct
Any firing can bring unwanted attention to an organization, but it can be magnified greatly when the reason for an employee’s termination was their use of social media
Images of Syrian refugees and holocaust victims were among the many tasteless tweets – but bosses aren’t backing down.
Your employees must know that their conduct while away from work is increasingly available for all to see, hear and, indeed, penalize, say legal experts
What happens on social media, stays on social media … forever. Employers know that all too well – something driving concerns about the off-duty conduct of workers