During an investigation it can be hard to separate the truth from the lies. Can HR ask employees to put their stories to the test?
One provincial human rights tribunal weighed in on whether a Canadian experience requirement is discrimination. Could your hiring policies be putting your company at risk?
Following some high profile cases in the US, HRM looks into whether Canadian employers can legally fire people for swearing. As it turns out, the answer depends on the context.
Employees are behind one third of shrinkage, costing Canadian businesses more than $10 billion a year, and employee theft plays a role in 10% of failed businesses. How can you prevent it?
The world will be watching Luxembourg this week when the European Court of Justice hands down a decision in the landmark case of an employee who was fired for being overweight.
When an employee isn’t performing in a specific role, can HR move them back into a lesser position? HRM gets the legal insight.
It’s understandable that some employees want some confidentiality during a complaint process, but can they ever be entirely anonymous?
A recent Court of Appeal decision offers HR insight into the pros and cons of appealing a case that didn’t go the employer’s way.
Finding new information after a termination might not be too late to use, as a recent case shows.
Employers' responsibility to support employees with childcare needs has been confirmed and clarified by the Court of Appeal. Do you know your organizations' rights and obligations?