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CAN EMPLOYERS LEGALLY GIVE A BAD REFERENCE?

HRD Canada Magazine | February 26, 2018

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When an employee leaves a company, either by choice or design, they’ll usually request a reference. This can come in the form of a call or a written letter – of which the employer decides the contents. But is it legal, or even advisable, to give a negative reference to a former employee? “Yes, of course you can,” explained Stephen Shore, partner at Ogletree Deakins International LLP. “In fact, in some cases, employers should be giving a bad reference.” Referen...

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STEP INSIDE CISCO’S COLLABORATIVE COMPANY CULTURE

HRD Canada Magazine | February 22, 2018

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Plato once said: “Human behavior flows from three main sources: desire, emotion, and knowledge.” Mastering the latter helps HR leaders understand the former two; especially when it comes to employee engagement and fostering a healthy workplace culture. We spoke to Alex Johnson, country HR leader at Cisco Canada, who explained how the company revolutionized their approach to engagement – and revealed why employees are embracing the new system wholeheartedly....

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THE 20% RULE: HOW WILL THE UNIONS ACCESS YOUR EMPLOYEE DATA?

HRD Canada Magazine | February 27, 2018

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Bill 148 has employers in something of a whirl, introducing and enforcing a whole host of new legal obligations relating to employees. And while many employers are caught up in the intricacies of the minimum wage hike and the new paid personal emergency leave days, there’s one issue that seems to have slipped under the radar. The 20% rule could have huge consequences for organizations who don’t understand it. Bill 148 provides for the mandatory disclosure of a list of employees, alon...

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TOP THREE HACKS FOR A STAND-OUT COMPANY CULTURE

HRD Canada Magazine | March 12, 2018

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We spoke to Rob Catalano, co-founder at WorkTango, who explained to us how engagement plays a huge part in company’s overarching philosophy. "We’re a small company and company culture is what’s we’re really all about," he told us. "We joke around saying that CEO doesn’t mean chief executive officer, it means chief engagement officer. And so, we have to engage our employees first and our customers second. If we do right by our employees, they’re ...

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CAN EMPLOYERS LEGALLY GIVE A BAD REFERENCE?

HRD Canada Magazine | February 26, 2018

When an employee leaves a company, either by choice or design, they’ll usually request a reference. This can come in the form of a call or a written letter – of which the employer decides the contents. But is it legal, or even advisable, to give a negative reference to a former employee? “Yes, of course you can,” explained Stephen Shore, partner at Ogletree Deakins International LLP. “In fact, in some cases, employers should be giving a bad reference.” Referen...

Read More
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STEP INSIDE CISCO’S COLLABORATIVE COMPANY CULTURE

HRD Canada Magazine | February 22, 2018

Plato once said: “Human behavior flows from three main sources: desire, emotion, and knowledge.” Mastering the latter helps HR leaders understand the former two; especially when it comes to employee engagement and fostering a healthy workplace culture. We spoke to Alex Johnson, country HR leader at Cisco Canada, who explained how the company revolutionized their approach to engagement – and revealed why employees are embracing the new system wholeheartedly....

Read More
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THE 20% RULE: HOW WILL THE UNIONS ACCESS YOUR EMPLOYEE DATA?

HRD Canada Magazine | February 27, 2018

Bill 148 has employers in something of a whirl, introducing and enforcing a whole host of new legal obligations relating to employees. And while many employers are caught up in the intricacies of the minimum wage hike and the new paid personal emergency leave days, there’s one issue that seems to have slipped under the radar. The 20% rule could have huge consequences for organizations who don’t understand it. Bill 148 provides for the mandatory disclosure of a list of employees, alon...

Read More
news image

TOP THREE HACKS FOR A STAND-OUT COMPANY CULTURE

HRD Canada Magazine | March 12, 2018

We spoke to Rob Catalano, co-founder at WorkTango, who explained to us how engagement plays a huge part in company’s overarching philosophy. "We’re a small company and company culture is what’s we’re really all about," he told us. "We joke around saying that CEO doesn’t mean chief executive officer, it means chief engagement officer. And so, we have to engage our employees first and our customers second. If we do right by our employees, they’re ...

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