The path of mediation offers more advantages

Mediating the obsession with Arbitration

By Edmund Mingle It is common to find in commercial agreements, dispute resolution clauses that refer to arbitration as the first mechanism for settlement before...
People Strategy

The Rise of the People Strategy Platform

By: Josie Sutcliffe “Now, more than ever, the corporate strategy for large companies hinges on the people strategy.” This was a key takeaway from a summit...

Dressing for the job, appearance counts

By: Debbie Hilary Quaye Dress codes are specified to help companies maintain a professional appearance or a distraction-free work environment. It could be formal or...
Is HR overlooking the benefits of ageing workers

Is HR overlooking the benefits of ageing workers?

Far from being a drain on the bottom line, older workers can be one of a company’s most valuable assets, according to Career Life...
PULSE, A WORKING TOOL FOR THE LABOUR LAW

PULSE, a working tool for the labour law (Act 651, 2003)

By: Sconi Bright Labour – management cooperation serves as a pillar upon which industrial harmony is enhanced and strengthened, and this will translate into a...
happiness

Are you working with happiness?

By: Debbie Hilary Quaye We all need to make money by working, but it seems some enjoy the work they do while others do not....
Employee Handbook

6 Must-Have Policies for a Strong Employee Handbook

As your business grows, a strong employee handbook is a manual for what your employees can expect from your company and what your company...
Creating value out of conflict

Creating value out of conflict

Too often, managers treat disputes as distinct from other aspects of business deal-making. Some behave as if resolving a dispute requires a distinct choice:...
Equal pay for equal work

Will equal pay for equal work cost your organization?

As we all know, the majority of the sweeping legislative changes to the Employment Standards Act, 2000 (“ESA”) and to the Labour Relations Act,...
Four steps for workplace negotiation

Four steps for workplace negotiation

Negotiation is a deliberative process between two or more actors that seek a solution to a common issue or who are bartering over an item...
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