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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HR Law Update: Arbitrator Upholds Covid-19 On-Site Testing Policy

Throughout the pandemic, employers have faced considerable legal uncertainty in the implementation of Covid-19-related safety measures.  Unanswered and unprecedented questions have littered the landscape,...

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The Evolution of a High Performance, People-First Culture

Top employers know that a great culture is key for finding, engaging and keeping the right talent. That’s why many organizations are taking a...

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Why We Can’t Drop The Ball On Gender Equity Work – The Impacts Of COVID-19 On Women In The Workplace

The past couple of years have seen a long overdue focus on workplace diversity, equity, inclusion and reconciliation. In the wake of social movements...

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How to Spot and Address Racism in the Workplace

Diversity, inclusion, belonging and equity have been areas of focus for human resources professionals for many years. While diversity (what differentiates each one of...

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What Should an Anti-Racism Policy Include?

In July 2020, the Vancouver Police Department reported that hate-related incidents are occurring in Vancouver at a higher than usual rate. As an HR...

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Duty to Accommodate… A Pandemic?

The COVID-19 pandemic has raised numerous legal issues. As society adjusts to a new normal, many employers are asking about their duty to accommodate...

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