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Dec 1, 2015
But low morale, hiring among challenges: Survey
Dec 1, 2015
Would change workers' compensation, employment standards
Nov 30, 2015
Details of appointment process still unclear
Nov 30, 2015
Privacy issues taken into consideration
Nov 27, 2015
Best opportunities still in the west: Report
Nov 27, 2015
Group of 22,000 says family farms would be ruined
Dec 1, 2015
Average retirement age in OECD countries will increase to 65.5 years from 64 by 2060: Report
Nov 30, 2015
Foreigners account for 94 per cent of workforce
Nov 30, 2015
Better jobs, employment prospects for youth key to stability
Nov 27, 2015
Report found abuses including exorbitant recruitment fees, forced labour
Nov 26, 2015
Plans to allow more workers to take time off after childbirth
Nov 25, 2015
Applications fall to 260,000
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MOL to hold public consultations this fall

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.

In part one of our three-part series on diabetes in the workplace, our Sun Life Financial and Canadian HR Reporter roundtable panel takes a look at the physical and mental health challenges that go along with diabetes in the workplace.
The off-duty conduct of employees is a hot issue for employers right now. Here’s what your organization can do to protect itself
Date: Dec 3, 2015
Time: 12 - 1 pm ET
Cost: 69.00

Employee Engagement: Re-Imagining the Workplace Experience
Date: Dec 9, 2015
Time: 12 - 1 pm ET
Cost: 69.00
Practical strategies to help mitigate the legal and bottom-line risks associated withe workplace violence and bullying

The joys of a fourth quarter vacation
New judgment provides further clarity around reasonable notice
Escalating costs may prompt employers to rethink approach to benefits: Report
Job advertisement highlights gender-based stereotypes
Medical marijuana exemption in Ontario puts focus on managing employees who use it
Wouldn't it be nice if organizations were more like communities?
Odds just jumped that more pension plan sponsors will stop offering DB pensions