The Challenge (and Top Tips) of Workplace Investigations

 By Melanie Vipond, CPHR In your your day-to-day role as an HR professional, you realize that most workplace conflicts can be resolved informally. Unfortunately, as you also know, there are those conflicts that benefit from a more formal approach. Certain conflicts...

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Are You Globally Mobile? The Realities of Bringing Talent from Abroad

By Amelia Chan, CHRP One of the biggest challenges when dealing with international talent is thinking there is one silver bullet or golden solution for all parties involved. The simple truth is that the due diligence of employers, and the...

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Ready, Fire, Aim: A Flawed Strategy

By Graeme McFarlane When facing the difficult decision to end an employee’s employment for cause, it is very important not to jump to conclusions. Although this may sound obvious, the case law is replete with examples where employers used the...

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Harassment Too Costly to Ignore

By Graeme McFarlane Does your business have a spare $400,000 lying around? Do you know how your supervisors are treating their subordinates? It may be a good idea to find out and deal with any problems – right away. Boucher v....

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