You’ve made an offer and the applicant accepted – but something’s changed. Here, HRM looks at the legal implications of withdrawing.
Trust takes years to build but seconds to break – so can HR lawfully sack someone for just one slip-up? HRM investigates.
You might think the suggestion would save them face but one leading employment lawyer says it’s not that straight-forward.
An end-of-year message from the team behind HRM.
HRM looks at the big-hitting stories from the third quarter to find out what was happening in summer.
From a shocking ISIS-style video to corruption allegations at Trump towers – the second half of 2015 seemed just as tumultuous as the first.
In what may be the most bizarre employee engagement initiative we’ve ever seen, workers are being guided through their very own mock funerals.
Just as employers are getting to grips with millennials, a new wave of employees is about to enter the workforce – how will you handle it?
Canada’s leading employment lawyer Howard Levitt covers the major cases of 2015 and explains how they’ll shape the year ahead.
From workplace apartheid to bullying on national TV – there was no shortage of international stories to attract HR’s attention in the first half of 2015.