The three most viewed articles on HRinfodesk this week deal with an updated version of the 2014 compensation forecast; how the principle of a pay cut without consideration prevails; and the termination of an impaired employee despite mitigating factors.
It's easy to see that that role of workers' unions is changing, and unions no longer have the respect or power they once had. A couple of recent events in Ontario make that increasingly clear. Is this just how union relations work in the globalized and unsettled economy? Are unionized workers' demands too great for these austere times?