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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$18K bonuses for these in-demand professionals

$18K bonuses for these in-demand professionals

The government is shelling out massive incentives to lure workers back

How many sick leave days is too many?

How many sick leave days is too many?

Province asks staff how much leave they'd like

Employee activism is on the rise – here’s why

Employee activism is on the rise – here’s why

CEOs are placing restrictions on staff activities

Vaccine passports start today: What employers need to know

Vaccine passports start today: What employers need to know

Make a mistake and you risk a hefty fine – or a lawsuit

One third of employees feel disconnected from their leaders

One third of employees feel disconnected from their leaders

The issue is causing mass resignations

‘Jobs & Jabs Bill’: Ontario MPP proposes law to protect unvaccinated workers from termination

‘Jobs & Jabs Bill’: Ontario MPP proposes law to protect unvaccinated workers from termination

'In my view is not just undignified, it's inhumane'

'Lazy, entitled, spoilt': Recruiter's WFH rant goes viral

'Lazy, entitled, spoilt': Recruiter's WFH rant goes viral

'You want to doss on the sofa with your laptop in your dressing gown'

Trudeau wins third term: What does this mean for Canadian employers?

Trudeau wins third term: What does this mean for Canadian employers?

Many promises have been made – but will they be followed through on?

Nearly two million employees killed annually in workplace accidents

Nearly two million employees killed annually in workplace accidents

Long working hours is the deadliest workplace factor

Wages in Canada to go up next year, says employers

Wages in Canada to go up next year, says employers

There's a salary boom coming to Canada