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What Employers Can Learn from Ashley Madison's $20 Million Lawsuit
Ashley Madison, the world’s leading website for married people seeking extramarital affairs, recently made headlines when a former employee sued the Canadian-based organization for $20-million for injuries sustained while creating fake profiles of women for the site. The real question is how Silva was able to sue Ashley Madison in the first place - shouldn't they have been covered by the WSIB? Read more...
7 Workplace Lessons from The Hunger Games: Catching Fire
Many may see the movie blockbusters "The Hunger Games" and its sequel "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire" as "popcorn flicks" mostly aimed at the teen set. But the adventures of Katniss, Peeta, Gale and all of the other characters actually contain many valuable insights for HR professionals and business managers, particularly related to creating effective teams and helping your employees to achieve your business objectives. Read more...
WSIB Making Progress: The Hard Reality for Employers
WSIB Chair Elizabeth Witmer recently reported that the WSIB has made significant financial progress. She paints quite the happy picture in her message - but the bigger picture, especially where employers are concerned, leaves much to be desired. How has the WSIB been able to improve their financial situation? What has taken place in order for other costs to be reduced? The truth is, employers have been hit quite hard as a result of this “progress”. Read more...
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