TSO cancelled pianist Valentina Lisitsa’s performances following “deeply offensive language” – but civil rights advocates say it's a worrying move.
Police, employees and union stewards were called after a noose was found hanging by a black employee’s station and vehicle.
The tragic death of one B.C worker is raising important questions about just how much overtime is too much.
One worker with some unusual ink is considering legal action after being fired for his unusual tattoo.
Adding insult to injury – certain verbal affronts are enough to warrant dismissal, rules arbitrator.
Star employee Jeremey Clarkson has crossed the line – he may be their best asset but the BBC won’t be renewing his contract.
If an employee discloses sensitive information about their previous company – and your organization benefits – could you be liable? One labour lawyer weighs in.
If you don’t meet an employee’s “give me a raise or I’ll walk” demand – does that mean they’ve legally resigned? HRM investigates.
A third of Canadians have dated a co-worker – but this HR manager says office romances can prove incredibly costly.
The mother of an ex-Target employee who committed suicide says the company is to blame - but does her case have any weight? HRM spoke to an employment lawyer to find out.