Unifor national president Jerry Dias has said the union would fight against the Oshawa closure
A confusing new report has revealed employees are disappointed with multiple aspects of their employment yet satisfaction is at a ten-year high.
When it comes to times and attendance, increasing numbers of non-contract workers mean firms have to rely on more advanced software to track it all.
A sobering new study has revealed that fifty-per cent of employees in the GTA have suffered mental health issues.
A leading employment lawyer has offered his insight into the recently introduced bills which could bring change to the ESA.
Corporate retreats are great ways to improve staff development, as well as productivity and accountability, argues one industry commentator.
Employee engagement is evolving into employee experience in numerous firms worldwide. Is this a passing fad however or is employee experience here to stay?
A recent survey has revealed the majority of employees are struggling in work situations, terrified their bosses will find out.
A recent Ontario decision highlights just how severe the financial repercussions can be for breaching an employment agreement.
The CEO of one of the world’s biggest tech companies talked about why firms should, in certain circumstances, fire a high performing staff member.
New legislation has revealed that employers could face five-figure fines if they fail to meet requirements.