Quebec Human Rights Tribunal holds that students are entitled to same wages as those of other employees in the same roleOct 22, 2018
The Quebec Human Rights Tribunal (the “Tribunal”) recently ruled that offering a wage rate to student employees that is lower than that of casual and regular employees doing the same work is discriminatory.
The evolution of the financial situation of pension plans since December 31, 2017
Every year, companies must establish an expense for their defined benefit pension plans.
Canadian HR Reporter: The Total Health Index scale provides a baseline that can be measured year over year.
The Globe and Mail: At the core of perfectionists is fear of not being good enough.
This guide will take you through the elements of a claim, what can be done to reduce future claims and mitigate your risk, how to impact your premiums, and why creating a culture of safety is in everyone’s best interest.
Benefits Canada: Using evidence on the links between loneliness and depression, coronary heart disease and stroke, the study estimated its cost to employers includes the effect on employees’ health and those they care for...
National Post: The legalization of recreational marijuana next week is reopening old wounds and sparking new battles between employers and employees in high-risk jobs that could wind up in the court system.
The Chronicle Herald: Will legalization of cannabis help or hurt employee health and productivity?
Our annual Trends in Human Resources survey canvasses Canadian employers on their priorities for the coming year, expected changes in compensation for 2019 and emerging issues that have the potential to impact the workplace.