Unifor national president Jerry Dias has said the union would fight against the Oshawa closure
While Generation Y workers are often stereotyped as self-involved technophiles with no attention span and poor people skills, they’re also not going anywhere. How can managers, and businesses, adapt to the next generation of workers?
If you think your team is secure heading into 2013, think again – new survey findings show that in the lead up to the festive season, almost all your employees plan to look for new jobs next year.
It’s the thought that counts, right? Wrong. At least, not in professional settings.
Could Canada be addressing its skill shortage by looking to immigrants who are already in the country?
It’s meant to be the work event of the year, but it seems your staff aren’t enjoying it as much as you might hope!
Is everyone in your team happy? Losing your best can be fatal to your organization.
As the year draws to a close HR professionals around the country are firming up their hiring outlook for next year – do you know the formula to create the winning team?
Canadian organizations are mentoring newcomers on their own time to help them find their place in our increasingly diverse workforce.
Gen Y are the future of the workforce but they can get a bad rap. HRM looks at the differences, misconceptions and motivators for your youngest workers
Good hires mean lower turnover and better productivity – HRM looks at some simple ways to improve the way you hire