HR in an Economic Downturn

Economies go up and down, and the consensus is that ours is heading into a downturn. "Obviously, we’re going into some kind of economic...

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The Value of 360 Reviews: Why Many Voices Are Better Than One

What is a 360 Review? Exactly as it sounds, a 360 performance review is a holistic review process that has people in your core work...

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Navigating AI in the Workplace: Policy-Drafting for the Inevitable

The last twelve months will almost certainly mark the point at which Artificial Intelligence (AI) has truly captured the attention of the public in...

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Understanding Jobseeker Psychology in Salary Negotiations

“The candidate accepted our offer!” This is the good news we all want to hear in our roles as HR and hiring managers. However, with...

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Harnessing the Power of LinkedIn: A Must for HR Professionals

In the dynamic world of Human Resources, staying ahead of the curve isn't just recommended, it's essential. As we lean into using digital tools...

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Reconciliation In The Workplace

As Canadians, many of us see ourselves as funny, polite and overly apologetic. We have universal health care because we’re a caring people. Instead...

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How Is Your Organization Working Toward Reconciliation and Why Do You Feel These Are Important Steps?

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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Taking the Business of People to Heart with New CPHR BC & Yukon Chair Naz Kullar

Naz Kullar, CPHR has thrived from her involvement with CPHR BC & Yukon since coming to Canada in 1991. Now, she is returning the...

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