At least one industry executive thinks more needs to be done to address the harassment he says condo managers commonly confront while working in condo communities.
How can companies adapt to the monumental change of cannabis legalization? The short answer is to implement a drug policy.
The minimum wage hike may sting more in condo communities than others as they face new costs associated with recent changes to Ontario’s condo laws.
Cultural attitudes are shifting such that workplace harassment is becoming impossible to ignore, including in condo communities.
Ontario’s residential construction industry is anxiously awaiting tools from the province to help it uphold its workplace health and safety obligations when recreational cannabis becomes legal next year.
Last year, the commercial real estate industry faced a number of diverse challenges and successes that are expected to develop throughout 2017. Here, REMI’s award-winning
A cross-Canada human resources study reveals nearly 35 per cent of surveyed property/facilities employers expect to add more staff this year, and nearly 57 per cent are anticipating a pickup in business activity.
Condominiums are homes, and for the managers, security personnel, housekeeping staff and contractors who keep them in good order, they are also workplaces.
Skills shortage prompts real estate employers to boost salaries and offer other enticements.
Talking to tenants and using social media are useful strategies to get occupants working toward the same energy-efficient green building plans.
Residents can go to elaborate steps to break condo rules. But boards have a responsibility to effectively enforce rules and bring tenants on board.
Mental health in condos must be navigated thoughtfully. Corporations have a duty to uphold rules, but above that, to accommodate individuals.
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An employer may mean to provide its employees with fair employment contracts but when disputes arise, parties often disagree on the rights they ...
It is the responsibility of employers to ensure the rules governing the use of social media are clear and widely understood. This means educating staff on a ‘responsible use of technology’ policy or code of conduct and ...
When launching a significant change initiative, one of the biggest mistakes management makes is to view it as an event that happens at a single point in time. Accepting and then embracing change is a process, not an event.
Human rights legislation in Ontario place practical constraints on what information an employer may collect during the hiring process.