A recent Court of Appeal decision offers HR insight into the pros and cons of appealing a case that didn’t go the employer’s way.
Finding new information after a termination might not be too late to use, as a recent case shows.
Employers' responsibility to support employees with childcare needs has been confirmed and clarified by the Court of Appeal. Do you know your organizations' rights and obligations?
This HR pro says the government should do more to ensure temporary foreign workers understand their legal rights before they start working in Canada.
Should you be a better ambassador for the HR industry? That's the message from Ceridian's Lesley Rusnak, who talks to HRM about the many hats of HR, and why she'd like to host Donnie Wahlberg at her dinner table.
The decision of the Ontario Court of Appeal in a recent case involving an employee driving while impaired has ramifications for employers who terminate employees for one-off offenses. HRM investigates.
The laws around when you can legally employ young people vary widely. HRM looks at what you need to know.
Nair & Co's vice president of human capital, Stuart Buglass, shares his opinion on foreign expansions
A Canadian court weighs in on a fight between coworkers that resulted in a $7,000 dental bill.
This HR team paid for a hasty management decision – would you have done the same?