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Jul 27, 2015
Given 2-year work permit by feds
Jul 27, 2015
Not yet known if hackers took anything
Jul 27, 2015
Business development, internships in high-demand fields among plans
Jul 27, 2015
Incident 'combination of technical, human errors'
Jul 24, 2015
Would-be immigrants required to invest minimum $2 million in economy for 15-year period
Jul 24, 2015
Committees cites 'inaccessibility to remedies by victims'
Jul 27, 2015
Violent outbursts last month prompt changes
Jul 27, 2015
Government, industry associations plan to create 200,000 jobs for young people
Jul 24, 2015
Short-term contracts chip away at 22.4 per cent unemployment rate
Jul 24, 2015
More than 1 in 10 new mothers said they were dismissed, made redundant or treated poorly
Jul 22, 2015
But Marine spokesperson wants citizens to go home
Jul 22, 2015
Figures reflect steady hiring nationwide
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It's about looking at talent on multiple levels

HR Manager's Guide to Employment Files and Information Management: Legislation and Best Practices
By: Howard A. Levitt, BA, LLB, Tanya Neitzert, BA, CHRP
A Canadian HR Reporter: Special Report

HR Manager's Guide to Employment Files and Information Management: Legislation and Best Practices is a unique book written for HR practitioners and others who deal with employee information of all kinds, including employee files – either electronically or in paper format – and other records, including emails, spreadsheets, and other documentation. It deals with legal and best practice requirements relating to the management of all types of employee information throughout the employment lifecycle from recruitment through to termination. The book includes information on all Canadian jurisdictions. While it is not just about privacy, records retention or human resources information systems (HRIS), it does cover aspects of all three areas.

Lyndsay Wasser, co-chair of the privacy group at McMillan LLP, sat down with Canadian HR Reporter to discuss pitfalls and benefits of using social media to conduct background checks during the recruitment process. Liz Foster reports
Find the right balance between the business and legal advantages of using biometrics in the workplace with employee privacy and human rights concerns
Date: Aug 19, 2015
Time: 12 - 1 pm ET
Cost: 69.00

Random acts of kindness will make you a little less jaded
Employers should ensure they don't unwittingly expose themselves to liability and penalties
Study finds most mobile learning programs geared for sales and operations functions
When an employee has to take an unplanned leave, there can be a ripple effect through the rest of the staff
Using analytics to enhance customer value is one way to keep the CHRO off the chopping block
Wage inflation pressure may ease as fiercer competition for jobs sets in