Industrial relations

The do's and don'ts of employee layoffs and terminations

The do's and don'ts of employee layoffs and terminations

'It comes down to a lack of cost control or a lack of courage from senior leadership': chief people officer

City of Calgary bringing workers back to the office

City of Calgary bringing workers back to the office

Supervisors allowed fewer days than employees to work from home

Strike votes set for 120,000 PSAC members

Strike votes set for 120,000 PSAC members

But Ottawa says increases offered 'align with other comparable public service collective agreements'

'I was too ambitious': Spotify CEO announces layoffs

'I was too ambitious': Spotify CEO announces layoffs

The music streaming giant is the latest tech organization to see job cuts

Quebec minimum wage set to increase to $15.25 per hour as of May 1

Quebec minimum wage set to increase to $15.25 per hour as of May 1

However, not everyone thinks the wage increase goes far enough

‘It’s a perfect storm’: Collective bargaining, inflation may cause chaos for employers

‘It’s a perfect storm’: Collective bargaining, inflation may cause chaos for employers

Employment lawyer reveals the best way to reward people without breaking the bank