Independent Contractor vs Employee: Knowing the Difference Before It Costs You

It has been long established that employees are owed certain obligations not owed to independent contractors, especially that of reasonable notice of termination. But...

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Mentorship Matters: Meet Theresa Henriksen, CPHR and Janice Green

Mentorship matters on all sides of the equation. With more than 475 CPHR BC & Yukon members involved in the Professional Mentorship Program (PMP),...

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HR LeadersTalk: Gillian McCombie Shares Wisdom of Experience

In every issue of PeopleTalk magazine we try to speak with an HR leader to get their thoughts on various HR related topics and...

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HR 101: 4 Misperceptions Common in Young HR Professionals

It’s great for people to study HR at university or college. They learn a lot of useful things. Unfortunately they may also learn some things...

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Time Management? It’s All About Energy (and Executive Function)

Many times, I’ve seen business leaders send their employees off on time management courses in the hopes that the training will help increase engagement...

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Vancouver Airport Takes Flight With Strategy Focused On Diversity and Inclusion

The Vancouver International Airport (YVR) recently developed a procurement strategy that aligns with their organizational values of diversity and inclusion. Their procurement strategy gives...

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CPHR Canada “Helping Canadians Succeed” with Finance Budget Input

As you may know, Anthony Ariganello, CPHR, CEO of CPHR BC & Yukon, also acts as CEO of CPHR Canada.  Recently, he was invited...

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Vancity Puts Focus on Neurodiversity for System Conversion

When Vancity undertook a large-scale system conversion that required significant resources across the organization and additional information technology (IT) resources, the credit union was...

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