One shareholder rights advocate called it a “disturbing” breach of privacy
So often we reflect on the latest, most up-to-date industry trends without any thought to look back. However, it pays to take stock of how far the profession has come. Are you stuck in the past?
An appeal is already in the works over an Alberta arbitration panel decision on the controversial random drug and alcohol testing program introduced in Fort McMurray.
An Ottawa woman claims she was fired by the Roman Catholic Church after she had to take time off for depression.
When an accident happens at work, people look to HR for answers. What can you do prepare?
Funds towards fertility treatment, twice-monthly house cleaning and lengthy ‘career breaks’ are just some of the perks offered by these forward-thinking HR leaders.
Online dating site Ashley Madison is counter suing a Toronto-based employee who sued over alleged repetitive strain injuries from creating thousands of fake profiles.
Despite strides towards equality, sexism is still alive and well in many workplaces. Some of these stories will make you shake your HR head.
Treadmill desk enthusiasts are always sharing anecdotes about their benefits, but now a year-long university study of workers has uncovered a reason they also boost the bottom line in a surprising way
Three award-winning HR directors talk about how they keep turnovers low, slashed worker's comp costs by 70%, and saved an executive from a kidney tumor
Children have learned many moral lessons from the pages of Dr Seuss books, but if you were to reread those books you’ll find many of those lessons can be applied to HR.