It makes sense that feelings might develop between colleagues, but sometimes workplace connections come with a risk
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One employment lawyer says the annual bash can leave employers with an expensive lump of coal.
Two industry experts say big data isn’t just for talent management – it can also play a critical new role in the employment litigation process.
The parcel carrier has long had a policy in place banning facial hair but one disgruntled jobseeker says it isn’t fair.
A Japanese advertising giant says it may abandon a principle which encourages staff to stick to a goal even to the point of death.
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Andrea Waldrum of Bank of Canada is one of Human Resource Director Canada's Rising Stars 2016
A leading employment lawyer explains the difficulties for HR when it comes to imposing prohibitive employment contracts.
The Supreme Court of Canada has refused to consider an employment appeal, ending a costly battle for one Ontario employer.