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 more than 14 years, Sarah knows the readership 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, diversity and equity, performance management, recruitment, compensation, workplace safety and corporate culture.

A graduate in English/History and Journalism from Carleton University and Conestoga College, Sarah has nearly 25 years of experience in publishing, including work at Marketing Magazine and Toronto Life. She is a dedicated writer and editor who works hard to produce trusted, unbiased content that appeals to various stakeholders.

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Work from home is here to stay

HR take note: Employee demand for flexibility is not going away, even if the virus does

Work from home is here to stay

Taxes could push many CERB recipients below poverty line: CCPA

‘The federal government should move quickly to put a tax deduction for low-income CERB recipients in place’

Taxes could push many CERB recipients below poverty line: CCPA

Narcissistic leaders: Why do they rise to the top?

Why do so many narcissistics become leaders? Researchers at Stanford University have some ideas

Narcissistic leaders: Why do they rise to the top?

Eyes on the prize

Webcams at home take employer monitoring to new low

Eyes on the prize

How will COVID-19 have an impact on notice periods?

Figuring out severance is not easy in a pandemic. But a recent court decision provides some guidance

How will COVID-19 have an impact on notice periods?

Toxic leadership still challenging employers

Canada’s governor general cast a spotlight on toxic leadership. How can this behaviour be prevented?

Toxic leadership still challenging employers

HR Leaders Talk: What's next after 'crazy' year?

We talk to 5 HR leaders about the events of this past year -- and what's in the works for 2021

HR Leaders Talk: What's next after 'crazy' year?

No easy answers with vaccines

Should they be mandated for workers? What if someone refuses?

No easy answers with vaccines

Canada sees big job gains in February

Part-time and full-time work increase as unemployment rate falls to 8.2 per cent

Canada sees big job gains in February

Gender pay gap persists – and pandemic doesn't help

But younger workers more willing to leave organizations that do not practise fair pay

Gender pay gap persists – and pandemic doesn't help