Former Calvin Klein CEO shares wisdom about fit and strategies for success

By Heather Hudson


When Tom Murry was 18, he learned a lesson about work that he never forgot.

The son of an oil executive, he was handed a job on an oil rig in the Gulf of Mexico. Stepping onto the rig for the first time, 80 miles off the shores of Louisiana, he wore a brand-new uniform and carried a pristine helmet – and was instantly met with a wave of hostility. “I quickly learned that I had taken one of the regular worker’s jobs,” he said.

Employee response to job dissatisfaction

By Tallys Moreth


Several theories have related salary to happiness, but today benefits and remuneration are no longer decisive in choosing a new job.

The implications of cannabis legalization and cross-border travel

By Naumaan Hameed


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Will employers ever be ready?

By Paula Allen


Creating new policies and revising existing processes to address new legislation is commonplace in business.

HR is taking on an increasingly strategic role within organizations – and designations are a key factor for success

By Liz Bernier

It’s already apparent that having an HR designation leads to bigger paycheques and faster promotions. There’s more than a $10K jump in median pay for HRPA-certified versus non HRPA-certified HR professionals, according to 2017 Payscale research.

Business leaders speak out about what they want from HR now and in the future

By Sarah B. Hood

As president and CEO of Meridian Credit Union Ltd., Bill Maurin expects his human resources team to be thinking one step ahead of the rest of the company.