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Jul 29, 2015
Charges come less than week after new defence chief pledged to eradicate military sexual misconduct
Jul 29, 2015
Says staffing 39 per cent below what's required in Toronto
Jul 28, 2015
180 employers have signed on with programs
Jul 28, 2015
Signs memorandums of understanding with Australia, Hong Kong
Jul 28, 2015
Some insurers will already consider coverage if employer has specifically requested it
Jul 28, 2015
Have to determine if criminal charges would apply
Jul 29, 2015
Says first-quarter slowdown overcome despite downturn in energy sector, overseas headwinds
Jul 29, 2015
Country also has blacklist of 600 employers found to use slave labour
Jul 28, 2015
Many workers enduring abuses as part of supply chain
Jul 28, 2015
'Senior executives get rich while companies stutter, employees struggle'
Jul 28, 2015
'Large numbers of young people with no jobs can fuel instability and disorder'
Jul 27, 2015
Violent outbursts last month prompt changes
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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.

The focus of succession planning is so often limited to one thing and one thing only: Who will be the next CEO? But a thorough succession management process isn't just about finding a replacement. David Gibbons of Korn Ferry sat down with Canadian HR Reporter TV to tell us why.
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
Alberta decision provides guidance when it comes to employer responsibilities and 'undue hardship'
Think about what you want to reinforce to make the most of your programs
If an employee with a disability doesn’t want accommodation and seems able to do the job, should accommodation be pursued?
Using analytics to enhance customer value is one way to keep the CHRO off the chopping block
Reluctance to invest is holding back both growth and employment