A new report conducted by Morneau Shepell, in cooperation with the Business Council of Canada.
The Globe and Mail: What is one of your most important assets that predicts your organization’s success?
Canadian HR Reporter: Canadian employers are working harder and spending more to recruit and retain recent post-secondary graduates in an increasingly competitive labour market, according to a report.
Canadian HR Reporter: When it comes to cannabis, particular concerns about safety, accommodation and performance can be addressed in clear HR policies, say experts.
The Globe and Mail: How many employees miss work each week in Canada because of a mental-health issue?
The Globe and Mail: For any company, promoting and sustaining a work force that has good physical and mental health is tantamount to improving employee engagement and productivity.
The Chronicle Herald: How much influence do leaders have in shaping a workplace culture?
The Globe and Mail: Mental illness is estimated to cause a $2.5-trillion drag on the global economy in terms of lost attendance, lost productivity and less easily defined measurements such as lost creativity.
The Globe and Mail: Flexibility is top of the mind this year: flexibility in the workplace, flexibility in employee relations. This can mean everything from varied office hours and working from home to creating a more adaptable office culture and...
The Globe and Mail: Eleven organizations earned the highest scores, highlighting their excellence in achieving a healthy, engaged and productive workforce, to become top category winners at the second annual Employee Recommended Workplace Award.