Are you a 'bad boss'? Here's a simple way to tell

For HR, being compassionate is part and parcel of the job. But what if you're 'bad' at being 'good'?

Company must pay thousands after misleading worker on future employment

The court said the employer was 'untruthful, misleading, and unduly insensitive'

Are you okay? The importance of vulnerability in leadership

The past 12 months have been hectic and stressful, but the impending mental health crisis is yet more concerning

What's HR's top priority for 2023?

'It is crucial to have an in-depth understanding of what is important to employees'

Listen to your people before you change their benefits, says HR coach

Updated benefits could lead to higher productivity, diversity, and employee retention

'Vital systems' cybersecurity law' will protect organizations

Proposed bill would require certain organizations to immediately report cybersecurity incidents

P.E.I. looks for feedback on changes to workers' comp

Enhancements 'particularly important in current economic environment'

Even business leaders are falling prey to wellbeing concerns

More than 80 per cent choose better health over great careers

HR body launches diverse initiative to lure women into this sector

Employers are set to receive new resources to champion women's inclusion in the workplace


Successful disability programs depend on employers approaching employee wellbeing holistically


Matt Wong retained all staff during COVID as firms around him crumbled. He explains to HRD how that decision is now paying off

'Your biggest risk is whether your biggest competitor does it first'


Which soft skill is most difficult to find during recruitment?