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When an employee leaves on bad terms it is crucial HR ensures workers aren’t dishing the dirt – or it could end up in court, says one labour lawyer.
A recent court case has added uncertainty to the way in which discrimination is established, warns one labour lawyer.
Obesity itself is on the increase yet still employers admit they are less likely to hire an overweight applicant – why?
Too much bickering is bad for office morale – here’s how to stop arguments before the atmosphere becomes awkward and uncomfortable.
Everyone’s favourite fantasy drama finally returns this weekend so to celebrate we’re sharing some HR lessons from Game of Thrones.
Super sticky to superhero – one creative employee used 8,024 Post It notes to produce impressive artwork for his office.
“There are surely better ways of wasting your tax dollars,” says one doctor, reprimanding an over-diligent employer.
MPs have announced new government funding to help disabled Canadians gain the skills and experience they need to find jobs.
TSO cancelled pianist Valentina Lisitsa’s performances following “deeply offensive language” – but civil rights advocates say it's a worrying move.
Periods of increased pressure are expected in certain industries but that doesn’t mean HR should just wait for it to blow over.