Amex HR leader reveals key to great leadership
For Nada George, VP HR Amex, it's not about having the answers, it's about being able to problem-solve until you find them
Telstra to cut 8,000 jobs
Telstra has announced plans to reduce its workforce by 8,000 employees and contractors, as part of a sweeping reform package
Top Canadian provinces for tech talent revealed
If there's one sector we can definitely say is booming, it's technology
Amazon's new LGBTQ scheme is a lesson to all HRDs
Canada recently celebrated Pride Parade - a weekend where people come together to celebrate diversity
Employee punished for taking lunch 3 minutes early
This country has quite the reputation when it comes to work ethic
Meeting disruption head-on
As technology continues to redefine the workplace, it’s never been more critical to keep skills sharp. Is it time to return to school?
Boss jailed for molesting jobseeker at interview
The court was told that the Singapore employer assaulted her multiple times and gave her "salary for the day"
Suncor drug testing: Common sense prevails as Supreme Court denies application for leave
You may recall that on October 19, 2017 we reported on the Alberta Court of Appeal’s decision in Suncor Energy
‘Tech has made us lazy’: Industry giant sheds light on HR confusion
Have we gone too far with robotics?
Candidates craving 'cool and unique; workplaces
In today's ultra-competitive market, it’s no longer enough for organizations to talk the talk