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The CEO wants to hire a candidate because they went to the same college but could the personal preference be classed as discriminatory?
Strike action is imminent after the company officially refused the union’s pleas earlier today.
It’s who you know, not what you know – the age-old adage creeps into organizations everywhere – but is it legal?
“While it can be tempting, just don't do it,” says one industry lawyer. “Never, ever.”
Employees are asking Canada Post for a two-week extension amid fears the company will terminate their collective agreement on July 2.
It’s the one thing employees want most but certain industries are always going to struggle – so what should HR do?
Just 55 per cent are happy with their schedules and one SVP of HR says the figure should serve as a stark warning to employers.
One employment lawyer explains why unionized workers won’t always get their jobs back – even if they’ve been fired unfairly.
The cardiologist’s $1.4 million settlement is the largest award ever in Canada for damages to reputation and career.
Your new recruit was heralded by their former employer but you find they’re a complete disaster – can you claim against the company?