The controversial screening process is becoming more popular in Canada – but can it be discriminatory or does it really help HR?
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.
Obesity itself is on the increase yet still employers admit they are less likely to hire an overweight applicant – why?
TSO cancelled pianist Valentina Lisitsa’s performances following “deeply offensive language” – but civil rights advocates say it's a worrying move.
Police, employees and union stewards were called after a noose was found hanging by a black employee’s station and vehicle.
The tragic death of one B.C worker is raising important questions about just how much overtime is too much.
One worker with some unusual ink is considering legal action after being fired for his unusual tattoo.
Adding insult to injury – certain verbal affronts are enough to warrant dismissal, rules arbitrator.
Star employee Jeremey Clarkson has crossed the line – he may be their best asset but the BBC won’t be renewing his contract.