One shareholder rights advocate called it a “disturbing” breach of privacy
President Francois Hollande plans to vote through a measure that will give employees a legal “right to disconnect.”
An Edmonton waitress was left bloodied after the session and says it was just one of the many unfair elements in her former workplace.
A leading health specialist discusses how HR can deal with psychological health issues at work.
The former CBC employee’s legal ordeal has ended after he signed a peace bond and apologized to alleged victim Kathryn Borel.
Liberals have been under pressure to prove they looked into workplace harassment allegations but Deputy Premier Deb Matthews offered no elaboration yesterday.
Analytics may be changing the business landscape but Canada’s top corporate leaders still rely heavily on their intuition, reveals report.
Canada’s leading HR figures are being asked to nominate themselves – or others – who are driving innovation across the industry.
HR technology should be able to identify crucial areas and close gaps, says one industry expert.
The woman claimed she was bound by a non-disclosure agreement but Premier Kathleen Wynne says she’s free to speak out.
Senior leaders are unlikely to believe employees who call in sick and will rarely show sympathy, reveals new report.