Snooping through a job applicant’s Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn accounts might open a can of worms
Consultation process dubbed a “dog and pony show” as government announces it’s pushing ahead with reforms
HR professionals can ensure they’re solid ground for discipline or dismissal by asking one important question
Ontario’s employment reforms will change more than just the minimum wage, but the issue’s been overlooked – until now
Dozens of major companies in the US are encouraging a federal court to declare discrimination based on sexual orientation illegal
As more Canadians are prescribed marijuana, HR professionals are left juggling unusual accommodation dilemmas
Messaging screenshots might be easier than making a phone call
The government-commissioned report suggests one third of Ontario’s workers are vulnerable.
The US firm is now under scrutiny by state and federal authorities thanks to its questionable practices.
A leading industry lawyer explains what HR should do when they find out their current employees may be under invalid agreements.