No legislation exists in Canada for organizations to have an employee handbook. But it’s in every company’s interest to have one.
The intent of workplace democracy is to create a more inviting, productive work environment. It takes a commitment from the top downward. Is it right for your small business?
There is immense value in having a well-planned social strategy. However, the most active social companies are not necessarily reliant on a specific person or team of social experts.
With the explosion of the internet – and social media, in particular – companies have had no choice but to embrace the increased visibility and to use it constructively.
Just like back in the schoolyard, a workplace bully can terrorize the people around them.
As soon as you are aware of an allegation of harassment or discrimination, your duty to investigate is triggered.
What makes your company look good and your employees feel better, while your customers and community sing your praises? Just ask Oracle, Bell and The Royal Bank. Intuit Canada too.
Human rights legislation protects individuals on the grounds of disability which is defined to include those who suffer from drug and alcohol dependency.
Sourcing candidates based on culture involves looking for candidate pools that share your company’s values and cultural norm.
Here are examples of actions that have resulted in successful constructive dismissal claims.
Here are some ideas for establishing worker wellness through nutrition, exercise, and workplace culture.
While workplace conflicts are often inevitable, management can take the lead by getting everyone involved on a path to resolution.