Unifor national president Jerry Dias has said the union would fight against the Oshawa closure
As concerned as HR is with employee retention and turnover, sometimes changing jobs is still the right thing to do. Here are five signs it’s time to move on.
And the highest-paid HR specialist in the world earns more than 100 times the median annual wage of HR specialists in America
Discrimination against older workers is coming up more and more in court. Is your HR team
Technology has made huge changes in recruiters’ roles, but are they neglecting valuable sources of information?
Helping an applicant with a speech impediment through the interview process doesn't have to be a challenge, here are three simple tips to follow.
Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield tells HRM what he learned about leadership and team building during his time with the Canadian Space Agency.
After flip-flopping on the topic of LGBT employees last week, now a World Vision policy dictating staff sexual activity has come to light. But is it legal?
The latest HR news in brief: employee killed in workplace accident; older workers get away with false credentials
HRM looks beyond the traditional HR ‘engagement’ theory to investigate the science behind happiness at work and the limitations of the effect of HR practices on individual employee engagement. The results could surprise you.
What this guy posted in a fake advertisement about his staffing agency employer will either make you laugh or be really glad you’re not employed there