Stacy Thomas

Stacy Thomas

Stacy Thomas is the Senior Journalist for HRD Canada, reporting on employment law, diversity and inclusion, and other general employment trends and topics. She studied journalism and creative writing at the University of British Columbia and Langara College in Vancouver, B.C., and has written for publications around Canada and the world.

Her main areas of interest are neurodiversity, employment legislation and women in the workplace.

Stacy is an avid nature lover who loves walking in the woods with her dog and listening to podcasts, usually at the same time!

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LCBO strike date set if no resolution reached

LCBO strike date set if no resolution reached

Strike would mean provincewide LCBO store closures

Woodfibre found in noncompliance, ordered to deploy 'floatel' for Squamish LNG project

Woodfibre found in noncompliance, ordered to deploy 'floatel' for Squamish LNG project

Environmental regulator found 300 workers living in 'unauthorized locations', given four days to move to floatel

Ontario social worker stripped of licensing after asking out former client

Ontario social worker stripped of licensing after asking out former client

There is no 'gray area' around inappropriate health professional-client relationships, says lawyer

AutoCanada’s Jennifer Lennox is growing automotive’s future leaders

AutoCanada’s Jennifer Lennox is growing automotive’s future leaders

'Giving them the tools, and focusing on leadership development programs…so they have everything in their tool belt to make a difference': AutoCanada's People VP on future leader growth

Productivity in the age of flexibility: are remote workers less productive?

Productivity in the age of flexibility: are remote workers less productive?

'The more comfortable you become and the more you trust the system, the more productive you will be': academic talks about performance management and flexibility

Feds blasted for 'frequent disregard of policies' with McKinsey & Company contracts: auditor general

Feds blasted for 'frequent disregard of policies' with McKinsey & Company contracts: auditor general

Auditor's report details 'missing bid evaluations and poorly justified use of non-competitive approaches'

Employer’s handling of workplace harassment complaint serves as ‘template': tribunal

Employer’s handling of workplace harassment complaint serves as ‘template': tribunal

'It seems like their HR department was well trained because they followed all the right steps,' says employment lawyer on Parq Vancouver's investigation

Crown prosecutors vote to strike citing ‘crisis’ in province’s criminal justice system

Crown prosecutors vote to strike citing ‘crisis’ in province’s criminal justice system

'Recruitment and retention problems are putting our justice system at risk'

Court decision in The Brick employee death ‘cautionary story’

Court decision in The Brick employee death ‘cautionary story’

'There were certain standalone obligations that weren't followed, which then in turn had a cascading effect on the entire situation': employment lawyer

Women see less benefit of returning to office: report

Women see less benefit of returning to office: report

'The office tends to be an inherently male playing field, more palatable to men and therefore favouring their success'