Unifor national president Jerry Dias has said the union would fight against the Oshawa closure
They might not work for you anymore but an ex-employee can still be held accountable if they sully your name online.
Trustees contributed to a toxic work environment in which employees were harassed and made to fear for their jobs.
A recent decision is providing some clarity to employers over a particularly contentious issue.
A recent legal challenge from the Toronto Star could be of significant concern to employers, explains one industry lawyer.
One new survey shows a vacant leadership role can have an adverse impact on staff – but that doesn’t mean HR should rush to recruit someone.
One industry expert says big businesses stand to learn a lot from the tight-knit organisations that really put people first.
Some people are born with thicker skins but that doesn’t mean mental toughness can’t be taught, says one top Canadian exec.
They can be a critical morale booster but also a major distraction so do you ignore big events or make an occasion out of them?
Workplaces should encourage individualism and open dialogue about employees’ passions, claims one top leader.
An Ontario judge has slammed Mountie officials after one employee was subjected to years of workplace bullying.