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Human Resources, Payroll and Labour Relations

Relevant, Practical and Current. Compliance and Best Practice Information and Solutions for HR, Payroll, and Labour Relations Professionals.


We’re the first resource Canadian workforce professionals turn to when they’re looking for credible, current and timely information and practical guidance, tools and templates designed to help organizations comply with the ever-increasing legal and regulatory burden placed on them, recruit, retain, engage, compensate and manage employees in an increasingly tight labour market, achieve strategic human capital management goals and objectives and become an employer of choice. In today’s busy environment where practitioners are increasingly being required to do more with less, HR, payroll and labour relations professionals can significantly reduce their workloads, remain current and help make their work lives easier by using our innovative products and solutions.

As the publisher of Canadian HR Reporter, and a trusted source of relevant and current compliance and best practice information and solutions for Canadian professionals since 1864, HR practitioners and other professionals look to Carswell and Thomson Reuters to help them keep pace with the latest workplace news, trends, best practices and compliance requirements. Labour relations practitioners recognize us as the publishers of Brown and Beatty’s Labour Arbitration in Canada – the definitive “bible” of Canadian labour arbitration.

Our other highly acclaimed resources include the Best Practices Series  of looseleaf publications, the HR Manager's Guides  and  Canadian Labour Reporter Special Report series of books, the Canadian Payroll Manual, Carswell Payroll Source and other print and online resources offering the practical information that will intuitively help you make better workplace decisions.

Many of our publications are endorsed by professional associations such as the Human Resources Professionals Association (HRPA) and the Canadian Payroll Association (CPA).