Legal Words

By Jordan Deering

Year after year, fraud becomes more prevalent in workplaces across Canada. The Association of Certified Fraud Examiners Report to the Nations on Occupational Fraud and Abuse (2012) estimates that a typical organization loses five per cent of its annual revenues to fraud. In many instances, a company’s employees are the biggest fraud risks to the business’ bottom line.

By R. Mark Fletcher and Jeff C. Hopkins

When the Supreme Court of Canada speaks, the entire country listens. Although employment law cases rarely reach Canada’s highest Court, every few years or so, an employment law case will reach the Supreme Court and the case will have national implications for decades to come.

by Evan Green, Partner, Green and Spiegel LLP

 

What do HR Professionals need to know?

HR Professional

By Justine Laurier

 

Cybersecurity is a growing concern for all

HR Professional

By Rod Piukkala

 

Preventing fraudulent documents in the hiring process

by Daniel Lubin and Daniel Chodos

 

The consequences of not conducting investigations.