The Liberal government of Ontario has put millions of dollars towards helping
Human resources managers have been put on notice over the size of their workforces, after a public sector body was able to cut a 25,000 job swathe through the civil service workforce without anyone being able to tell the difference.
A shocking new study finds that early intervention slices right through injury costs and time off. But what practical steps can you really take?
Turns out that the most talked about perks – from unlimited vacation to company-paid ski trips – are not the most effective. What should HR focus on to attract and retain the right people?
Professional social network LinkedIn has agreed to pay hundreds of US employees a total of US$6m in unpaid wages and liquidated damages, after an embarrassing payroll oversight was picked up by regulators rather than the HR department.
Perhaps you’ve always fancied yourself as the Little Mermaid? Or a bridesmaid for hire? We take a look at some of the quirky jobs on the market.
Most retiring CEOs might get a farewell morning tea, but one UK executive’s staff surprised him with a truly global celebration of his time at the company.
Employee theft is one of HR’s biggest concerns and it can be hard to catch, but how did this employee walk away with almost two million quarters?
Ottawa Hospital HR leaders have fired a team member who breached privacy requirements by discussing a senator’s hospital stay.
One social media coordinator claims he was fired because his boss didn't know what "homophone" meant.
It’s not just in the dating scene where first impressions matter – new research shows that a negative job candidate experience can have a major impact on organizations, both in terms of brands and dollars.