Mallory Hendry

Mallory Hendry

Mallory Hendry is a Content Specialist for Human Resources Director, part of the Key Media publishing company. Mallory has a special interest in covering diversity and inclusion, the future of work, and labour and employment law issues.

A contributor to Key Media since 2019, Mallory previously wrote for Canadian Lawyer Magazine, Law Times News, Canadian Occupational Safety Magazine and Canadian HR Reporter. Mallory began her career as a content editor for Thomson Reuters Canada's legal products before moving to the media side of the company, where she started as a copy editor and progressed to assistant editor.

Mallory graduated from Queen’s University with a major in English and a minor in sociology, and received her journalism diploma from Centennial College. A life-long learner, she loves nothing more than covering new developments in human resource management.

COVID-19: Workplace audits & shock liabilities

COVID-19: Workplace audits & shock liabilities

Employers need to address gaps, adapt policies to the new normal — before the second wave

The New Normal: How to engage remote workers

The New Normal: How to engage remote workers

"HR teams see a wide range of challenges day-to-day"

COVID-19: How technology can save your workforce

COVID-19: How technology can save your workforce

What comes to mind when you think of a modern workforce management solution?

COVID-19 crisis management: Life after lockdown

COVID-19 crisis management: Life after lockdown

The pandemic has so many unknown variables — are leaders ready to address them all?

COVID-19 & your workforce: Handling the curve balls

COVID-19 & your workforce: Handling the curve balls

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to wreak havoc, employers are faced with a constantly changing landscape

The art of building a great benefit plan

The art of building a great benefit plan

Employers should focus on employee experience and wellness along with standard protection

COVID-19: How to work at home and stay sane

COVID-19: How to work at home and stay sane

Record numbers of employees are working from home during the global COVID-19 pandemic

SAP Canada to work on Next Generation Human Resources

SAP Canada to work on Next Generation Human Resources

"It's an honour to be honest"

Canada's trucking and logistics industry faces critical labour shortage

Canada's trucking and logistics industry faces critical labour shortage

Employers need young drivers in it for the long haul

Lyra Health partners with Starbucks to offer innovative mental health benefits to employees

Lyra Health partners with Starbucks to offer innovative mental health benefits to employees

Starbucks Coffee Co. recently announced that Lyra Health’s mental health benefits will be rolled out to employees across the United States beginning in April