Secrets of HR Metrics: Solid Evidence on Productivity

HR professionals should base decisions on the best available evidence. A beautiful study by Greer K. Gosnell, John A. List, and Robert D. Metcalfe, with...

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The Golden Opportunity: Retaining and Supporting Older Employees

In common with other industrialized countries, Canada’s population is aging at an accelerating pace due to lower fertility rates and longer life expectancies. The...

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HR LeadersTalk: Jim Steffler and the HR Revolution

In every issue of PeopleTalk magazine we try to speak with an HR leader to get their thoughts on various HR related topics and...

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“Proving the Value of HR” – A Must Read For HR Professionals to Sell the Value of HR

While talk of the employee experience has become a common refrain, the reality is that HR professionals are most often required to provide a...

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Automation and the Labour Market: Study Targets Potential Impact AI Will Have On B.C.

Will robots soon be coming for your job? Judging by headlines touting driverless cars, machine learning, ever more powerful computers, and the rapidly growing digital...

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Why the Gender Gap Matters to Business

In both B.C. and Canada, the proportion of women aged 15 and over who are in the labour force remains nine percentage points below...

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The Incalculable ROI of HR

It sounds simple enough in theory, and sometimes it is in practice, too. If you own a factory that makes a wildly popular widget, you...

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Linking HR to Business Outcomes

One might take any work within HR and frame it in one of two ways. You could think about the task at hand, such...

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