And the winner is...
HRM announces the winner of the international Movember competition.
Military skills still an under-appreciated asset in corporate Canada.
Employers don’t value the military past of potential new hires and some are even put off by it, say former soldiers and servicemen. Here’s why you should reconsider…
Lighter Side: Is coffee the new currency?
It takes more than money to keep a talented team happy but, according to one survey, a top-quality coffee could make all the difference.
Lighter Side: The calm and soothing side effects of… commuting?
Contrary to common perception that packed transport systems might just stress us out, one study has concluded that the daily commute actually makes most people more relaxed. Really?
Lighter Side: Looking to lift office spirits? Look no further…
The Society of Composers, Authors and Music Publishers of Canada has conducted a seasonal survey and the results might just be music to HR’s ears…
Google uncovers the secret weapon to workplace happiness
And it doesn’t cost a thing…
Maternity benefits: a workplace taboo?
Glassdoor, a UK recruitment company, recently conducted its 2014 Maternity Benefits Survey, speaking to 1,000 women who had either taken maternity leave or planned to do so in the future.
How a major global city revolutionized work
The City of Calgary realized that its model of employment was becoming stagnant and misaligned with worker needs. Here’s how officials changed it.
HR salary survey wants you!
HRMonline’s already attracted hundreds of HR professionals to its salary survey, but there’s still room to collect responses from hundreds more. That data, collected anonymously, will ultimately find its way into the next issue of HRD magazine and could win you a tablet computer.
Ghomeshi facing charges
The nightmare for HR at the CBC continued Wednesday, with Toronto police announcing they've charged Jian Ghomeshi.