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Jul 16, 2012 Print Edition:
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As long as top pay rate is the same in comparable job classes, pay equity is achieved: Ontario court
External hires often paid more but perform poorly: Study
Plenty of wariness despite potential upside: Studies
Loosening of control to harness talent, creativity, new ideas
Lululemon most popular employer for students | Employees expect benefits in retirement | Canadians not prepared for health-care costs
Developing programs to motivate multiple generations among challenges
Appeal court overturns ruling, says terminated worker who found job after only 2 weeks allowed to keep 6 months’ pay in lieu of notice
Appeal court overturns CIBC class-action rejection, upholds Scotiabank certification
Jane Allen recognized by Catalyst Canada for building awareness, advocacy
HR can have more ‘pivotal and interesting’ role as strategic partner
Fewer long-term incentive programs, despite fierce competition for CEOs
Mediation not just last resort after grievance and litigation
Paper resumés haven’t died – they’re still a valuable step in recruitment
Lunch-and-learn sessions, celebration of Pride can engage employees
Quebec’s decision to give $58-million loan guarantee to reopen mine not the example Canada should be setting
Bold CSR efforts helping ‘some of the most disadvantaged people on earth’
Business case should address the problem, common evaluation methods, application of current practices
Next print issue:
May 5, 2014
Including an in-depth look at the multiple stabbing that happened during a termination meeting

     


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