Sarah Dobson

Sarah Dobson

A long-time journalist, Sarah Dobson is the editor of the Canadian HR Reporter group, which includes Canadian HR Reporter, Canadian Employment Law Today, and Canadian Labour Reporter.

Having been involved with these HR publications for 13 years, Sarah knows the readers well and is responsible for ensuring quality content and insightful coverage of the human resources industry. This includes topics such as mental health, employment law, performance management, recruitment, compensation, and corporate culture.

A graduate of Carleton University, Sarah has more than 20 years of experience in publishing, including several years working for Marketing Magazine at Rogers Communications. She is a dedicated writer and editor who works hard to produce trusted unbiased content that appeals to various stakeholders.

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Combatting ‘moral injuries’

Largely hidden from view, the health-care sector is facing unprecedented physical and mental challenges amid the pandemic

Combatting ‘moral injuries’

BMO given talent development award

‘A commitment to learning and development has remained an important part of our pandemic response’

BMO given talent development award

Winners of the 2020 Readers' Choice Awards

Despite a very tough year, the top HR vendors and suppliers excelled in our 5th annual competition

Winners of the 2020 Readers' Choice Awards

Manitoba offers people $2,000 to get back to work

Participants must voluntarily stop collecting CERB, CESB

Manitoba offers people $2,000 to get back to work

Are we headed for a mental health crisis?

To combat the stresses of the pandemic, employers can provide much-needed support and leadership

Are we headed for a mental health crisis?

Scheduling, distancing key to bringing workers back safely

Both employees and employers have concerns about going back to work

Scheduling, distancing key to bringing workers back safely

Bill C-65 to take effect Jan. 1, 2021

Feds reveal regulations around workplace harassment and violence legislation

Bill C-65 to take effect Jan. 1, 2021

Lending a helping hand

Pandemic highlights plight of many migrant workers

Lending a helping hand

CEO faces backlash over vacation request

Head of Ottawa company asks workers to give up vacation days or risk losing jobs

CEO faces backlash over vacation request

Unions unhappy as grocery chains end ‘pandemic pay’

Loblaw, Metro, Save-On-Foods to provide bonuses instead as economy reopens

Unions unhappy as grocery chains end ‘pandemic pay’