How HR can get in front of a social media crisis
When a crisis looms, communicating with your staff is crucial to avoid a potentially damaging and costly flare-up on social media.
HR error sees thousands show up for job meeting
Police were called in after a recruitment email went out to 61,000 job seekers.
Deal reached on Canada Job Grant?
Provinces reportedly ready to accept latest offer from Ottawa
To Catch a Time Thief
Is there such a thing as too much information?
This man can tell you who’s about to leave your company
Find out how a business professor discovered how to tell who’s about to resign with 80% accuracy.
Can you make your workplace happier? You bet
When your employees are happy, they are also more creative, productive, less likely to leave the company, less absent, and less conflicts at work which means more money and better product. Here are 15 ways to start reinventing your workplace.
Is office espionage legal?
From video surveillance to biometric identification, we can now collect more information than ever before about our employees but this information also create all sorts of new legal challenges. HRM looks into this legal minefield, with some surprising results.
Fired on mat leave: when is it legal?
Terminating an employee is rarely straightforward, but when the employee is on maternity leave, the issue is fraught with complexity (and legal risk). HRM looks into the legal issues for HR.
Lighter side: Six craziest last day hijinks
If you’re going to burn the bridge, why not have a bit of fun with it? Here are HC’s craziest last day hijinks.
Blackberry sued by former manager
Blackberry’s HR problems just seem to be escalating as the company faces a civil suit from a former manager they once accused of theft.