Flat Structures, Empathic Leadership and Autonomous Staff: Work in the Post-Pandemic Era

Utilizing our extensive global network of CEO and board member contacts, NGS Global investigated the long-term impacts of the pandemic on organizational structures and...

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Workplaces, Workforces & Climate Change

Rising, warming oceans. Heat domes. Atmospheric rivers. Hotter, drier growing seasons. Signs of ecological change surround us. News stories inform us of people’s high...

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How HR Can Set the Tone for the Best Possible Employee Onboarding Experience

No one is a stranger to nerves on their first day of their new job. Some might feel it a tad bit, while others...

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Pandemic Love Story

The pandemic saved my life. I don’t mean in the literal way where someone grabs you out of the street before you’re run down...

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Are You Tolerating The Pandemic Or Adapting To It?

With great excitement, I dusted off my suit, filled up my pockets with business cards, and left the office for the convention centre. It...

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People & Perspectives: How Important is it That Your Corporate Values Align with your Employees’ Personal Values?

In every issue of PeopleTalk magazine, we ask CPHR BC & Yukon members from all across B.C. and the Yukon a question and get...

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Living Your Values in a Recession

We are hearing talk of a recession and HR should think ahead about how that might affect delivering on the promises the company has...

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Human Capital Reporting, Slow but Certain

In 2003 Dave Ulrich and Norm Smallwood published a largely overlooked book called “Why the Bottom-Line Isn’t”. The book argued for the importance of...

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