What news did you miss in the HR world this week? Here’s HRM’s Weekly Wrap.
If HR thinks an investigation is over once a finding has been made they’re missing a major step to repair damage and improve the team.
The Supreme Court of Canada's decision on pension benefits will impact all employers managing terminations.
A Canadian employer faces a high cost for firing an employee for a suspected theft without hard evidence
Spurred on by a recent legal query, two HR bloggers have put together an amusing list of legalities for the workplaces.
Workplace investigations are one of the trickiest aspects of an HR professionals role. Hear what a legal expert has to say about the dos and don'ts for a successful investigation.
A New York court has found that because an intern was unpaid she was not an employee and therefore did not need to be protected from sexual harassment.
What common mistakes can you avoid in the hiring process to prevent allegations of discrimination?
A survey of mothers reveals most think maternity leave undermined their careers. Can organizations help reduce the impact?
Redundancy is a lot harder to get right than most organizations think – are you at risk of adverse action?