Connecting Again: How HR Has Realigned the Workplace

Bob Dylan once said, "Yesterday’s just a memory, tomorrow is never what it’s supposed to be." His words seem particularly pertinent to the past...

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What Do You Believe Organizations Should Be Doing To Keep Employees Connected To One Another?

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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Over 1,000 ‘Connect’ In-Person and Virtually at the HR Conference & Expo 2022

CPHR BC & Yukon’s first true hybrid HR Conference & Expo was held in-person on April 26-27 and virtually, May 4-5. Over 700 people attended...

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How To Be Happy In This Uncertain World

Global uncertainty reached unprecedented levels at the beginning of COVID-19 and remains elevated, according to the International Monetary Fund. The World Uncertainty Index—a quarterly measure...

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5 Ways Managers Can Support Their Team’s Mental Health

Burnout, anxiety and depression are hitting record levels among workers. According to a 2021 report from Mind Share Partners, 75% of full-time US workers reported experiencing at...

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Back To Office Etiquette: The Next Normal Is Not The Old Normal

In-person office work is coming back and with it, much uncertainty about etiquette. Just what it is “the next normal”? While many restrictions have lifted,...

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Two Tips For Training Managers

Training managers can be discouraging because they forget most of what you told them and fail to practice what they remember. A big part...

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Traumatic Change and Organizational Needs

These past two years have dramatically impacted everyone. More than six million people around the world have lost their lives to this pandemic. Some...

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