Performance On Purpose: A Road Map To Purpose And Value-Driven Performance Alignment

If you asked every employee in your organization what shared set of values the company holds or where the company is headed, would they...

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Employers’ Use of Social Media to Monitor and Evaluate Employees

As social media continues to permeate our daily lives and workplaces, it is important that employers understand how to keep on the right side...

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4 Brave Conversations that Minimize Burnout

Journalist Jennifer Moss published The Burnout Epidemic in 2021, and it couldn’t have been timelier. I read it last December and have been thinking...

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Six Facts to Convince Your Boss to Hire a Co-op Student

Between artificial intelligence, automation, hybrid or remote work, and the downsizing of office spaces, the way we work has rapidly changed over the past...

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Generational Blind Spots

There is always interest in how a new generation is different from previous ones. The evidence I’ve seen is that the differences are not...

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People & Perspectives: How do you see the pivotal role HR plays in organizations evolving in the next 20 years?

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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Meaningful Human Connection is Our New Competitive Advantage

Pandemics don’t change our identity, they reveal it. After two years of living in isolation, our universal reveal has been that human connection isn’t an...

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Slow the Burn

For those in HR, you have been carrying the bulk of the emotional burden for your teams and organizations for the past few years....

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