Picking your battles – and a little bit of psychology – can make dealing with difficult union reps a lot easier
One of Canada’s most revered employment lawyers says it’s important to recognize excellence and innovation in the industry.
One employment lawyer explains how an employee’s getaway could cause problems for HR.
An end-of-year message from the team behind HRM.
Bad publicity pushed the chain to change its mind but did the company’s initial decision breach the human rights code? HRM asked an expert.
Images have surfaced of one workforce that was made to crawl around a 23-acre lake for failing to hit sales targets.
One Supreme Court’s eyebrow-raising decision gives workers the right to watch blue movies on their lunch break. Yes, really.
The CEO of a top addiction treatment centre told HRM about how – and why – employers should step in.
You’ve made the decision to fire an employee over off-duty conduct – more specifically, off-duty misconduct. But should they be let go with “cause” or without it?
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