The Conservative government is poised to enact the first substantive expansion of citizen's arrest laws in Canada since 1955. The catalyst for the Bill C-26 amendment to the citizen's arrest section of the Criminal Code of Canada was the 2010 case of Toronto grocer David Chen who faced criminal assault charges after performing a citizen's arrest of a habitual thief he had seen stealing from his store earlier in the day.
The first anniversary of the Chilean mine disaster is an opportune time to take a closer look at the key aspects of managing human resources, and how we can avoid some of the mistakes that were made during the Chile mine incident.
I've discussed workplace gossip here before, and what bosses can do to prevent it or at least reduce the potential harm, but there are a couple of hyper-modern developments that I didn't get into: reality television and the Internet. These two things have created a culture of "sharing", for lack of a better word, that encourages people at play or work to divulge the most mundane and private details of their lives to others—the kind of information that one previously might only have shared with family or best friends.
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