Company “disappointed,” forced to rehire employee
A security officer at big box store has won her job back, in a decision her employer has labelled “disappointing.” Awkward, much?
HR should look for ‘Shrek’ when recruiting
Don’t be won over by charisma, good looks and confidence when recruiting, and instead look for “Shrek.”
Ruling could change overtime practices
Employers may see more of the class-action lawsuit alleging overtime abuses based on job misclassifications. Here’s why.
First Canada Job Grant goes to…
A Winnipeg tech company is the first to access the federal government’s much-debated and controversial worker training program.
A new agile model for a new workforce
Here’s why HR professionals are tweaking the industry time-tested operational model to meet the needs of today's workforce.
Aon Hewitt survey: Canadian defined benefit plan solvency on decrease
With lower long-term interest rates afoot, the solvency of Canadian defined benefit plans fell from July to September – the first slip in two years, according to research from global human resources player Aon Hewitt.
Preparing for a less-loyal workforce
Many leaders are unprepared for the new career life cycle of their employees, which are no longer linear, stable or predictable.
Diversity strategy pays dividends for Deloitte
It’s no accident that more than 50 per cent of the leaders coming up the ranks at Deloitte are female.
Employees leave leaders – not organizations
Who rarely struggles with retention? Organizations with employees who feel truly valued – and leaders who are happy to demonstrate it.
Canada Job Grant launched to fill Alberta jobs
The province of Alberta is now accepting employer applications for the Canada Job Grant, which is being billed as an innovative, employer-driven approach to help Canadians gain the necessary training and skills required to fill open jobs.