Unifor national president Jerry Dias has said the union would fight against the Oshawa closure
The oil and gas industry’s skill shortage is often discussed, but Alberta brokers say they’re facing issues finding skilled new entrants because of the draw of the natural resource industry.
A staggering 40% of employers say graduate employees lack the literacy skills they would expect to see from university degree recipients.
One of the most secure organizations in the world could let employees use their own phones and other devices to do their work.
This month’s HMV twitter meltdown was one of the site’s top read stories, now HRM looks at how to prevent something similar happening in your organization.
Negative gender stereotyping still affects perceptions of fights at the workplace
While many large companies face specific hiring problems, a recent report shows it’s the smaller companies whose challenges are having the biggest impact on the country’s economy.
Silicon Valley heavyweights don’t ‘walk the talk’. Both Yahoo and Google are scaling back their work from home options for employees – but what's behind their decisions?
It’s common to hold all the interviews for a position on the same day, but you might want to stick to morning meetings to fairly assess your options.
Some HR experts are beginning to question the real value of employee engagement surveys, but do they risk throwing the baby out with the bath water?
The Canadian Border Services Agency has been taken to task for failing to accommodate a parent, while giving leeway to workers with religious or medical reasons.