Employment in Canada increased by 42,800 jobs from February to March
Swedish women who believe they have been the victim of workplace “mansplaining” can now report incidents to a dedicated union hotline.
Changes to the system take effect on November 19 and are part of a number of improvements issued by the government.
From a pound of free coffee to a case of complementary beer – these companies offer some slightly unusual employee benefits.
It may be a coveted work perk for employees but experts have warned that the benefit has its downsides too.
Just because they’re already familiar with company processes doesn’t mean they don’t need orientation, says an HR professional.
A new study finds that workers in stressful jobs are ‘less likely to die’ than less stressed colleagues – but there is one caveat.
Time and attendance data are the foundation of efficient and cost-effective workforce management strategies.
The largest federal civil service union has asked that a mediator be appointed in a dispute that has dragged on for over two years.
A leading employment lawyer explains the difficulties for HR when it comes to imposing prohibitive employment contracts.
British Columbia's unionized teachers have won a long-standing battle with the provincial government.