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.
As the temperature drops and the big chill kicks in, HRM got the legal low-down on how HR should handle snow-days.
Canada is stuck in the 20th century, says leading employment lawyer – major changes must be made.
Protect yourself - overhauls must be made to HR and employee practices, warns leading employment lawyer.
One employment lawyer offers her advice on implementing effective employee objectives for 2015.
Planning to enforce an alcohol and drug testing policy? - Proceed with caution, warns one employment lawyer.
Employment lawyer Keri Bennett reveals three things employers at risk on a regular basis.