Unifor national president Jerry Dias has said the union would fight against the Oshawa closure
Ever lost a promising new employee? Don’t be too hard on yourself, says one new survey, you can probably get them back.
The eight women were told by bosses that they could only return to work after they achieved an “appropriate appearance.”
The system that awards recruiters double points for a diversity hire has done little to change the stagnant status quo.
In a report released today, the professional services giant has outlined the technological breakthroughs with the most potential.
One industry expert claims the critical skill can help employees improve their abilities and achieve more.
An Ontario manufacturer was sentenced earlier today after a robotic worker inflicted “devastating injury” upon a human employee.
One industry expert shares his thoughts on the technological developments that are changing the entire HR experience.
A recent study is offering insight into the gender parity of senior corporate positions.
As the clock ticks down on the Canadian Union of Postal Workers' strike mandate, contract talks with Canada Post are going nowhere fast.
“It makes good fiscal sense to have a strong HR community and strong HR leaders,” says one industry professional, who’s doing something about it.