Employment in Canada increased by 42,800 jobs from February to March
How do you stop your firm from being devastated by rapid technology changes? We asked a group head of HR at MasterCard for his thoughts on the matter.
An interim decision by Ontario’s Human Rights Tribunal could bolster female employees’ rights following a lost pregnancy.
A major media organization has launched the unusual L&D exercise as workers are exposed to chaotic crowds and dangerous melees.
In a positive ruling for employers, one Ontario organization was recently awarded $35,000 following an employee’s wrongful resignation.
The constant push towards change and innovation can create the perfect conditions for bullying and harassment – here’s how HR can avoid it.
A former flight attendant has launched her second lawsuit against the Canadian carrier, making renewed claims of a sexist culture.
The global organization has been accused of abandoning the worker while she was being ruthlessly harassed online.
Low-skilled workers are often afforded less notice than specialized staff but that tradition could be changing, warns one industry lawyer.
There’s a cheap and simple way HR can get the best out of employees and encourage engagement too.
Whether they're a major player or a junior clerk, one CEO says it's important to keep things civil and stop bridges being burned.