'Quiet quitting': The toxic employee trend that's worrying HR

There's little written about the new employee trend quiet quitting, but it could be detrimental for HR

Toronto supervisor fined thousands after workplace fatality

The victim was reportedly not given proper training to handle the equipment

'What have you reduced your life to?'

Bestselling author Malcolm Gladwell criticizes work-from-home movement

Sesame Place to train employees in anti-discrimination

The training programme will also be included in during an employee's onboarding with the company

ESG views on boards move from legal risk to long-term sustainability: Bennett Jones lawyer

Radha Curpen says boards understand they are being assessed by stakeholders on ESG matters

The importance of empathy in employee terminations

Too often, employee terminations can be messy

Chipotle Mexican Grill to pay staff millions over labour violations

The investigation found the restaurant chain violating the Fair Workweek and Paid Safe and Sick Leave laws

Paid leave and higher wages: This province just revolutionised their perks

Thousands of dollars' worth of bonuses are also up for grabs

Canadians pay more attention to weather than their paycheques

Employers asked to explain further the contents of pay statements


Why life-work synergy is the new gold standard for employers to support and retain top talent


'Anyone has a voice, no one falls, we catch everyone, and we really work together to manage the workloads'

How to drive adoption of technology at scale

There's a real opportunity for more interaction between the CHRO and the CIO in organisations.


Which soft skill is most difficult to find during recruitment?