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FeaturesLegal

May 24, 2023
Employee did not condone temporary layoff by acknowledging it: Court

FeaturesEconomy

May 23, 2023
Tech, sustainability key to attracting young talent to an evolving agriculture sector

FeaturesFuture of WorkHR AssociationsManaging/Leadership

May 18, 2023
HR Unplugged: A conversation with Jodi Kovitz, the new leader of the HRPA

Features

May 18, 2023 | Brought to you by Canadian College for the Certification of Professional Ergonomists
Improve productivity, reduce employee turnover and more with Ergonomics/Human Factors

FeaturesLegalWorkplace Investigations

May 17, 2023
Labour board dismisses employee’s workplace investigation appeal

FeaturesBenefits & Pensions

May 15, 2023
DB pensions are a powerful attraction, retention tool – and maybe not as costly as you think: CAAT CEO

FeaturesColumns/BlogsDiversity & Inclusion

May 12, 2023
Celebrating moms: How we can support, empower working mothers to thrive in the workplace

FeaturesLearning & Development

May 10, 2023
Building a culture of learning: Tips, strategies for creating training-focused workplaces

FeaturesDiversity & InclusionLegislation

May 10, 2023
Federally regulated employers required to provide free menstrual products to workers starting in December

FeaturesRetention

May 9, 2023
Employee turnover causes ripple effect, leads to more departures, UBC research finds

FeaturesPayrollRetention

May 8, 2023
‘The most important benefit’: NPI rolls out Declaration for Payroll

FeaturesLabour Relations

May 5, 2023
Sick days, paid breaks and up to 20% wage hikes: Unionized WestJet workers in Toronto ratify first agreement

FeaturesJob Cuts

May 4, 2023
Updated for May: These companies have laid off Canadian workers in 2023

FeaturesCorporate Social ResponsibilityRecruitment

May 3, 2023
IKEA Canada launches multimedia employer branding campaign focused on purpose

FeaturesLegal

May 3, 2023
Failure to vaccinate may be frustration of contract: Court weighs in on mandatory policies

FeaturesLabour RelationsWorking Remotely

May 3, 2023
Public employees’ remote work agreement just the beginning: labour expert

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May 2, 2023 | Brought to you by CSA Group
How CSA standards can guide employers to protect workers’ mental and physical health

FeaturesLabour Relations

May 2, 2023
Some 35,000 CRA workers continue strike as tentative deal reached with Treasury Board

FeaturesLabour Relations

May 1, 2023
PSAC reaches tentative agreement, workers back on the job this morning, says union

FeaturesLabour Relations

May 1, 2023
NB Power cuts ties with private instructor for driving truck into federal picketers

FeaturesBenefits & PensionsLegislation

April 28, 2023
Yukon government offering rebate to employers to cover paid sick leave for workers

FeaturesLabour Relations

April 27, 2023
Federal public service strike enters ninth day, no sign of back to work legislation

FeaturesBackground ScreeningRecruitment

April 26, 2023
‘Smash through the stigma’: Ontario funding program to find jobs for people with criminal records

FeaturesLegal

April 24, 2023
B.C. court decision a ‘significant win’ for parental rights, commissioner says

FeaturesEconomy

April 24, 2023
Small business owners working eight day week equivalent due to staff shortages: CFIB

FeaturesLabour Relations

April 24, 2023
Public service strike: Union stepping up picketing efforts starting Monday

FeaturesColumns/BlogsChild/Elder CareManaging/LeadershipWorking Remotely

April 21, 2023
Opinion: CEO sparks outrage with comments on working parents, pets and moonlighting staff

FeaturesAccommodation/Return-to-workMental Health

April 21, 2023
Workplace chronic health conversations are awkward: A new tool is here to help