Terminating an employee is rarely straightforward, but when the employee is on maternity leave, the issue is fraught with complexity (and legal risk). HRM looks into the legal issues for HR.
One US government agency is adopting a controversial new way to enforce employment law – but would something similar work in Canada?
You’ve made an offer and the applicant accepted – but something’s changed. Here, HRM looks at the legal implications of withdrawing.
Heat-related illnesses can spell danger for workers exposed to soaring temperatures, warns one lawyer. Here’s what you can do to help.
One expert has spoken out about the obligation employers have to accommodate workers with a medicinal marijuana prescription.
The controversial screening process is becoming more popular in Canada – but can it be discriminatory or does it really help HR?
HR policies that appeared solid in theory actually came to fail catastrophically – the CBC report examines why and offers alternative approaches.
The CBC has officially “severed ties” with two execs, including HR director Todd Spencer.
It’s least enviable of all HR jobs but sometimes it’s simply unavoidable. Here’s how to get through the dreaded task.
A recent court case has added uncertainty to the way in which discrimination is established, warns one labour lawyer.