Thanks, but no thanks, say Canadian women at work
Canadian women may be breaking down barriers to win equal workplace opportunity - but that doesn’t mean they actually want to work in senior roles.
What will HR be doing in 2025?
Some HR leaders at the highest levels of corporate Canada are now suggesting the profession’s penultimate success could see them moved outside their organizations and into the role of external consultants. But they won’t be alone, according to a new job-market forecast for 2025.
The trap of overpaying ‘elite’ workers
It may be a question of “How ya gonna keep 'em down on the farm after they've seen Paree?” But one developed country is now grappling with the challenge of repatriating workers “spoiled” by higher wages abroad.
How to improve relationships with contractors
More than half of contractors feel they are treated differently to permanent employees, according to a new whitepaper from recruitment consultancy Robert Walters.
How to handle a workplace stalker
Office crushes and romances aren’t uncommon, but what can HR do when one worker’s strong feelings aren’t reciprocated and they’re making the workplace uncomfortable?
What's the downside to using apps for employee benefit plans?
Using apps to improve member engagement in benefit plans is set to continue in 2015, but it might be working too well for some employers, according to one financial advisor.
What to do if your star employee is a jerk
Does your star performer treat other staff badly? If so, you may have a brilliant jerk in the ranks.
Top career regrets, and how to fix them
Hunches, money and dreams: what are the biggest career regrets among your staff and how can you address them?
Lighter Side: the weird and wonderful ways to sign off
From cute and quirky to the downright bizarre, we’ve all seen our fair share of strange sign offs – but are you leaving a bad impression at the bottom of your email?
Lighter Side: New keyboard combats anger at the office
Feeling frustrated? German jokers might have the answer.