One shareholder rights advocate called it a “disturbing” breach of privacy
The leading fashion firm says cameras would improve efficiency but union bosses say it’s an unnecessary invasion of privacy.
A former trader who is accused of manipulating rates has told a jury that he was routinely humiliated by his boss.
A new Oxfam report has pointed to employee abuse within the poultry industry with workers routinely denied their basic human rights.
A new survey suggests workers are keen to turn the age-old review on its head – here’s how.
A recent Ontario case is confusing industry professionals after an employer was forced to pay damages – despite doing no wrong.
The renowned jewellery brand is alleged to have dismissed a director for her “controversial” religious beliefs.
A receptionist has been sent home without pay after refusing to wear heels in an incident which has sparked social backlash online.
The tech giant’s latest attempt to tackle workplace diversity is a little more light-hearted than previous initiatives.
An Ontario organization and two of its supervisors were found guilty and fined following a workplace accident.
The power of a well-written employment contract has been proven yet again after an employee of 17 years lost her wrongful dismissal claim.