One shareholder rights advocate called it a “disturbing” breach of privacy
How do 100 smart, demanding bosses sound? That’s part of the challenge and opportunity of overseeing HR in a law firm.
HR consultant and entrepreneur Debby Carreau, named one of Canada's Most Powerful Women in 2013, tells HRM why she'd like to see more business classes included in HR degree programs.
As Canadian provinces debate raising the minimum wage, one country’s business community warns rising pay rates will gut small companies.
HR across the country can learn from an east coast pub that faces damages and training requirements after employees called police on a black customer.
HRM talks to Adobe’s HR chief about why and how they ditched performance reviews in favor of ongoing check-ins
How to know when your company needs a chief digital officer, and what to do when the time is right to acquire one
What tops Canada’s list of most dangerous jobs, and how do we compare to other countries when it comes to health and safety?
When an employee isn’t performing in a specific role, can HR move them back into a lesser position? HRM gets the legal insight.
One of three Ottawa employees locked out for failing to cover tattoos has returned to work, but the employer says its rules are not negotiable.
There are many jobs that society deems “dirty work”, but they are essential roles that benefit many. Here’s how to keep employees engaged and motivated in what are seen as unpopular jobs.