Tech, freelancers help businesses work with fewer staffers

But too much technology may hurt, rather than help: professor

Ontario law society revokes rule requiring members to commit to promoting diversity

Scrapping rule 'punch in the face' to racialized lawyers: Litigator

Thomas Cook managers face U.K. investigation over collapse

Demise of travel brand has cost 9,000 jobs in U.K.

Three-quarters of employers offering mental health programs: survey

Two-thirds offer financial wellness, physical health programs

McDonald's tries out voice-initiated tech for recruitment

Candidates can now use Alexa or Google Assistant to apply

Canada lagging on tech research and investments: HP CEO

'We can't sit back and expect the marketplace alone to drive skills training'

WSIB to eliminate unfunded liability charge in 2020

More than 220,000 businesses in Ontario to see premiums reduced

Flexible commute options, socializing important to office workers

On-site health-related activities also popular with Vancouver dwellers: survey

Lloyd’s of London survey reveals ‘shocking’ sexual harassment

'The stats and levels of complaint are higher than I would have imagined': CEO

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No laughing matter

A support person can provide much-needed comfort during a layoff

Stirring up the past​

Trudeau’s ‘brownface’ controversy highlights difficulties employers can face with employees’ bad behaviour

Fixed-term contracts and constructive dismissal

Employee awarded $1.3 million for nine years’ worth of compensation

Learning agility key to human leadership in the new world of work

It’s important to consider evidence-based practices and ask how we can make sure people are building the skills

The future of work will still include plenty of jobs

Canada's record has been one of modernization and transition and corresponding job obsolescence, without job scarcity