Opinion

The grass isn’t always greener

Resignations are on the rise post-pandemic, but an employee who expresses dissatisfaction doesn’t necessarily want to quit

Employment Law

The grass isn’t always greener

How to increase your severance costs

B.C. case highlights importance of treating employees right in a dismissal

Canadian HR Law

How to increase your severance costs

Flexible workplaces foster female inclusivity

Women are often stretched in opposite directions, faced with urgent demands from their personal and professional lives

HR Guest Blog

Flexible workplaces foster female inclusivity

Range of flexibility offered with return to office

Will it be successful? What will be the challenges?

Editor's Desk

Range of flexibility offered with return to office

COVID-19 and mandatory vaccinations: What employers should know

What if an employee refuses, can they be disciplined?

Canadian HR Law

COVID-19 and mandatory vaccinations: What employers should know

‘Common employer’ clarified by Ontario Court of Appeal

Courts will examine parties’ conduct, not subjective thoughts, in assessing intent to create employment relationship

Canadian HR Law

‘Common employer’ clarified by Ontario Court of Appeal