The real reason your employees are slacking
Solving the productivity puzzle is a full-time job for many HR leaders
IBM sues former HR leader
The tech giant has taken its former HR and diversity chief to court for allegedly breaching a non-compete agreement
Ask a Lawyer: Duty to inquire: Are employers scared of asking questions around mental health?
We spoke to Lisa Cabel, partner at Norton Rose Fulbright at last year’s Employment Law Masterclass, where we discussed duty to inquire and how this affects employees with mental health issues.
C-suite talks HR: John Sullivan, CEO, Cadillac Fairview
Leader of real estate giant shares how HR can best contribute to business success, and prove their essentiality
C-suite talks HR: Dino Trevisani, president, IBM Canada
Tech giant's chief on fast leadership, overcoming speed bumps, and how to get the best out of staff
Can HR solve Canada’s biggest challenge?
This exec believes recruiters are the only ones who can conquer this massive economic hurdle
HRD Canada spoke to three top CEOs to find out how they’re using innovative people strategies to drive their organizations’ success. Read on to gain insights from Xref, Whirlpool Corporation and BlueShore Financial
HR in the Hot Seat: Katherine Faichnie, IBM Canada
Tech giant’s HR director shares why it’s crucial to keep up with technology, trends and the competition
Why employees’ online reviews matter
Anonymous work ratings can be a thorn in a company’s side, but it’s important to take note of that feedback
“My personal mantra is to never say no when someone asks you to do something”
HRD speaks to global HR leader Rose Thomson about taking on more responsibility and accountability