Dexter Tilo

Dexter Tilo

Dexter Tilo is a news writer for the Human Resources Director, where he produces articles about the particular sector to help keep them up to date with significant events.

Dexter has been writing for over three years now in various publications, and also takes an interest in writing about news and current political affairs.

 

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Brewdog CEO denies inappropriate behaviour, vows legal action

Brewdog CEO denies inappropriate behaviour, vows legal action

CEO claims allegations that he behaved inappropriately towards staff are 'totally false'

Saskatoon delays office return plans to April

Saskatoon delays office return plans to April

What role does HR play in sustaining culture in remote work?

New Brunswick eyes COVID restriction changes, WFH still encouraged

New Brunswick eyes COVID restriction changes, WFH still encouraged

The measures were in place to protect health-care workers

John Lewis refuses to cut sick pay of unvaccinated staff

John Lewis refuses to cut sick pay of unvaccinated staff

Decision raises questions around the legalities of removing employee perks

Canada Post clarifying facemask policy with Federal government

Canada Post clarifying facemask policy with Federal government

Employment lawyer reveals the legalities of enforcing mask mandates

Carhartt says vaccine mandate stays despite Supreme Court ruling

Carhartt says vaccine mandate stays despite Supreme Court ruling

Carhartt says an unvaccinated workforce is a risk they're 'unwilling to take'

Compassionate breaks and 'me days': Wise rolls out employee leave plans

Compassionate breaks and 'me days': Wise rolls out employee leave plans

Senior people leader insists it's not for 'gimmicks' but for the creation of genuinely better workplaces

Better.com CEO, who fired 900 employees over Zoom, returns to role

Better.com CEO, who fired 900 employees over Zoom, returns to role

The CEO took some time off after the mass layoffs

BC mulls extending vaccine card programme

BC mulls extending vaccine card programme

This comes amid an increase of COVID-19 cases due to Omicron

McDonald's gives away free coffee to frontline workers this month

McDonald's gives away free coffee to frontline workers this month

The limited time offer is a 'simple gesture of appreciation' to workers, according to fast food giant