In 2016, the Court of Appeals ruled that language alone is not enough to deprive an employee of compensation or bonus
How employees act within the constraints of the working day has, historically, been the main concern of HR
One third of employees have turned down a job due to a lack of benefits
Canada has, for a long time, had a requirement to compliment internal home-grown talent
How can HR eradicate them for good?
Trudeau’s speech shed light on the importance of diversity in HR agendas
Can you really afford to ignore the gender gap any longer?
Ontario appeal court says it all comes down to the working of the contract
Barbara Benoliel, PhD, outlines why four wrongs don’t make a right when it comes to mediations and the follow-through that occurs in the workplace
In a bizarre case, a chicken catching company in British Columbia was found in violation of privacy laws
A BC appeal court says context determines whether non-compete clauses are reasonable