One of Canada’s most revered employment lawyers says it’s important to recognize excellence and innovation in the industry.
A five-word message to a rival banker was enough to cost former Citigroup trader David Madaras his job.
Organizations should have a contingency plan in place, explains one business owner.
The union representing provincial workers has filed a complaint with the labour relations over allegations of misconduct.
The latest inspection blitz targeted 103 workplaces with a history of non-compliance and just 28 had changed their ways
Research has been launched to find out which employment law issues are most pressing for HR professionals.
British firms have taken to removing key data from job applications to combat unconscious bias.
It makes sense that feelings might develop between colleagues, but sometimes workplace connections come with a risk
Does driving work vans or company cars really count as being on the job? A recent ruling is offering clarity.
One employment lawyer says the annual bash can leave employers with an expensive lump of coal.