Duty to Accommodate… A Pandemic?

The COVID-19 pandemic has raised numerous legal issues. As society adjusts to a new normal, many employers are asking about their duty to accommodate...

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Diversity And Inclusion: The Black Lives Matter Movement In HR And Recruitment

Spring 2020 saw the rise of the Black Lives Matter movement, not just in the United States, but all around the world. In Canada, we...

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Blurred Lines: Privacy and Expectations in a Modern World

Healthy workers set boundaries between work and life, but as the lines between home and work become more blurred, that’s getting more difficult. It’s currently...

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Secrets of Human-Capital Management & Boghossian’s Laws

David Ulrich’s research shows that being a paradox navigator is one of the most important competencies of an HR leader. It requires recognizing that...

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New Prerequisites Required to Write the NKE Exam in 2021

*Article updated on January 8, 2021 Building from the results of the 2013 Professional Practice Analysis, CPHR Canada has been working collaboratively with the other...

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More Walk Than Talk Needed For Diversity With Inclusion In The Workplace

Business leaders have been speaking out in support of addressing racism in the wake of Black Lives Matter demonstrations that have been occurring across...

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Finding The Why: The Key To Trust And Collaboration

Collaboration. I’m sure we’re all familiar with the word, but how do you make it happen in the workplace? Everybody knows collaboration is generally seen...

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Does The Four-Day Workweek Work For Your Organization?

Everyone loves a three-day weekend, but would you love it as much if you had one every week? How would you react if this...

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