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Liberals have been under pressure to prove they looked into workplace harassment allegations but Deputy Premier Deb Matthews offered no elaboration yesterday.
Analytics may be changing the business landscape but Canada’s top corporate leaders still rely heavily on their intuition, reveals report.
The woman claimed she was bound by a non-disclosure agreement but Premier Kathleen Wynne says she’s free to speak out.
Senior leaders are unlikely to believe employees who call in sick and will rarely show sympathy, reveals new report.
One Ontario company was sentenced earlier today following the death of a non-employee on their work premises.
A Winnipeg cleaning company must amend its policies – and pay up – after dismissing one worker just days after she revealed she was pregnant.
A recent Ontario case is highlighting the importance for employers to train staff in accommodating all disabilities – even the invisible ones.
The art historian says she was sacked for talking to students about famous abstract paintings depicting vaginas.
One high-profile author has come under fire for suggesting “me-ternity” leave – time off specifically for employees without kids.
Unsurprisingly, the company plays hard-ball when it comes to finding the right candidate for the job.