Austyn Schenstead died in November 2016 while on the job for the family-run company
A home-grown Canadian consultancy has attracted another industry veteran to its ranks, this time from global firm Mercer.
One industry lawyer says there’s a growing trend when it comes to wrongful dismissal suits and its ruffling HR’s feathers.
Almost half of employees say they could be doing more on the job according to ADP’s latest workplace survey.
Vancouver will be playing host to a leading industry summit after increased demand from HR execs brought the event west.
The more agreeable a woman is at work, the lower her salary is likely to be, according to a new study.
The provincial government plans to pass a law to control public sector salary increases as it battles to bring down a stubborn deficit.
A tentative agreement has been reached to end a strike by professors and other staff at the University of Manitoba.
Genuine gratitude in the workplace can affect workers and colleagues in many different ways, according to a business psychologist.
A leading figure in the field of addiction says employers are far more likely to support male workers – and it needs to change.
There are four areas companies should focus on improving when it comes to compensation plans, says one business expert.