Hitting Pause: How to Keep #MeToo Conversations from Going South

We’ve all seen conversations about sexual harassment go south, and fast. One of the most important things we can do — if we want...

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Telecommuting Found to Have Little Impact on Corporate Careers

Working from home is known to be good for a strong work-life balance, advantageous for employee productivity, and is even touted as being beneficial...

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Moving Mindfulness From the Individual to Organizational Level

The current thinking about mindfulness assumes that promoting mindfulness in organizations will have beneficial effects for those organizations, but while experience shows that mindfulness...

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How do you bring mindfulness to life at work?

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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Businesses Need to Keep Housing Costs in Mind

The issue of “affordability” was featured prominently in the recent federal election campaign this past October. It also played a role in the 2017...

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Cy Wakeman: Lose the Drama, Invest in Yourself

Drama. It’s part of our lives whether we like it or not. Or is it? Cy Wakeman, a self-described “drama researcher” has been studying and talking...

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How Psychologically Safe is Your Investigation Process?

Mindfulness and psychological safety go hand-in-hand. A psychologically safe workplace is one where individuals feel confident that their ideas and thoughts will be listened to...

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How to Create Accessible Workplaces in 2020

It’s 2020 – the start of a new year, a new decade and an opportunity to create real change in the work that we...

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