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May 1, 2015
2 women sit on 13-member board, no visible minorities
May 1, 2015
Company says claim 'without merit'
Apr 30, 2015
External review found 'undeniable problem' of sexual harassment, sexual assault in the CAF
Apr 30, 2015
Pickup in retail offset by decline in manufacturing
Apr 29, 2015
Women earn on average $3,515 less than men
Apr 29, 2015
Recent votes thrust executive paycheques into the spotlight
May 1, 2015
Real jobless rate believed to be much higher than official figures
Apr 30, 2015
Wages, salaries rise 0.7 per cent in first quarter
Apr 30, 2015
Vote follows proposal to require disclosure of pay gap between CEOs, employees
Apr 29, 2015
About 600,000 live in country of 28 million
Apr 29, 2015
Aaron Slator allegedly sent racist photos, texts
Apr 28, 2015
Country's economy faces worst recession in quarter-century
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HR Manager's Guide to Applied HR Strategy, 2nd Edition offers a practical guide to the application of strategic thinking to everyday tasks handled by human resources. Front line HR professionals, the HR manager and the HR executive will all find practical information on moving toward a more strategic service that is pro-active, focused on business needs and delivers added value to the organization.

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Michael Couch, president of Michael Couch and Associates, sat down with Canadian HR Reporter TV to talk about why HR needs to focus on strategy when managing talent.
When facing a demand for dismissal damages, it’s important to be familiar with a dismissed employee’s duty to limit those damages
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Keep up-to-date on the emerging issues of the ever-changing legal landscape for unionized and non-unionized workplaces

Examining the remarkable 52-page report in the Jian Ghomeshi saga
Why do some employers refuse to provide positive letters of reference?
Market shifts indicate new thinking is needed on both pay and the employment deal
Starbucks proves organizations can overcome controversy
Severe misconduct by an addicted employee can be difficult to overcome if the position has a lot of trust and responsibility