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Professor Kelly Pike co-authors for Project Syndicate: “Will the pandemic set women back?”

Professor Kelly Pike highlights areas of acute threats COVID-19 poses to women workers of developing nations in her most recent article published in Project Syndicate co-authored with Beth English. The economic fallout predicted by the International Labour Organization during the pandemic projected 195 million workers to be left unemployed worldwide. This becomes a greater crisis […]

Statement on tragic loss of HRM student

Statement from Dean J.J. McMurtry It is with sadness I share that one of our students has died in the crash of Ukrainian International Airlines Flight PS752 in Iran last night. The loss of one of our students affects us all. To say goodbye to someone so young and early in their academic journey is […]

Career Conversations with HRM Alumni

On Oct. 28, the Career Centre hosted a panel and networking event with School of Human Resources Management alumni. Marie Tieu (Johnston Equipment), Gurvir Bains (Shopify), Vishwa Tailor (Staples), Vikram Mitter (TunnelBear), and Shaunak Ramaiya (Ontario Treasury Board) discussed specialized areas in human resources, daily tasks, how different industries impact their approach, challenges, and interview […]

Graduate Studies - Fall Information Session

Are you interested in pursuing a graduate degree in HRM? Please join us for our Fall Info Session. When: Thursday November 14, 2019 Time: 6:15-7:45pm Where: Osgoode Professional Development Centre Address: 1 Dundas St W #2602, Toronto, ON M5G 1Z3, Classroom D   By attending this session you will learn about this unique MHRM program: […]

Professor David Doorey quoted on “potential watershed moment” for vulnerable workers in the Toronto Star

On Sept. 11 2019 the Toronto Star reported that California’s landmark bill on the so called “gig economy” was hailed as a victory for workers. The ‘gig economy’ refers to the  classification of workers as independent contractors, allowing companies to evade workplace protections like minimum wage and payroll taxes. While this misclassification is illegal in […]

School of HRM voted best in Canada for second consecutive year

The School of HRM brought home all four Canadian HR Reporter Reader’s Choice Awards for best education in Canada for the second consecutive year, edging out competitive programs offered by other academic institutions, including the University of British Columbia, the University of Toronto and Queen’s University. In its fourth year, the 2019 Reader’s Choice Awards survey received more […]

Learning from the Experts Series Explores the Topic of Diversity

On March 28th, the Master of HRM program welcomed over 60 guests to its Learning From The Experts Series: Let’s Talk About Diversity event. The evening featured insightful talks by four highly regarded professionals in this domain who shared their views, challenges, and best practices. The speakers represented a variety of organizations from both the […]