Working Canadians plan to work longer
One in six of your employees plan to work into their 70s, with few plans to save for retirement
How to get your head back in the game
If you like many Canadians are struggling to get back in the 9-5 groove after the well-earned Christmas and New Year’s break, you need to utilize these simple tricks to raise your energy levels.
Age discrimination… against younger workers
Age discrimination is an ongoing issue for HR, but the problem might not be exactly what you think.
Gen Y workers choose job fulfilment over pay
A recent study refutes the belief that money makes the world go round for the younger generation.
Damaged goods: why you should hire the “scarred” worker
Looking for the bright, breezy, cheerful candidate? Scared of the guy who seems to have had a lot of knocks? One top CEO says your priorities are backwards.
Prevent employee resignations this New Year
The beginning of the New Year often spells resolutions, and for employees who felt unappreciated and disengaged in 2012, top of their list may be “new year, new career”.
Recruitment still a matter of who you know
A new study has revealed that despite a plethora of suitable candidates, HR still comes up against it if the CEO has a friend in mind for the role.
Top Stories of 2012
Did you miss a news-making moment of 2012? HRM runs through the stories that HR professionals found the most interesting in
Employers in some states in the US will be prohibited from demanding access to workers’ social networking accounts this year
Start the clock! T minus 12 months to engage staff
Employers have an increasingly short amount of time to engage their new employees before the novelty factor of the new role wears off, and the grace period may even be less than one year.