Employment in Canada increased by 42,800 jobs from February to March
A medical body has issued an apology to all those who have fallen victim to the industry’s widespread bullying and harassment.
Employers are leaving themselves open to serious financial risk if they don’t consider the doctrine, warns one lawyer.
The decision will sit well with unions but economists warn of a “potentially astronomical” impact to businesses.
The professional networking site is at the centre of a workplace-sexism storm after one user publicly shamed another.
Employers are obligated to accommodate workers with a mental disability – but what happens when HR managers don’t even know it exists?
Employees who quit while under severe stress can’t always be held accountable for their actions, warns judge.
New research has unveiled the issues HR professionals at globalized firms are most worried about.
Starbucks Canada is facing a $1 million employee lawsuit after allegations it failed to uphold a legal duty to keep its workplace safe.
Fresh data has confirmed previous surveys that suggest the majority of workers in Canada are miserable in their jobs.
According to one expert, HR should be watching out for employees who are falsely claiming to be overworked.