Living Your Values in a Recession

We are hearing talk of a recession and HR should think ahead about how that might affect delivering on the promises the company has...

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Human Capital Reporting, Slow but Certain

In 2003 Dave Ulrich and Norm Smallwood published a largely overlooked book called “Why the Bottom-Line Isn’t”. The book argued for the importance of...

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5 Important HR Trends For 2022

The business world seems to have changed more in the past two years than it had in the previous 10. Organizations around the globe...

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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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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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Dismantling Unconscious Bias: Obstacle #1 Blocking Workplace Inclusion

“The woman in the plant with the short hair driving the forklift must be a lesbian.” “Mike wears pink ties a lot, he’s clearly gay.”  “Josie...

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Pregnancy Discrimination: We Can Do Better

Most Canadian employers intend to follow the law with respect to providing employees with leave after giving birth to a child. However, many employers fall...

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How To Get The Most Out Of Your Long-Term Disability Coverage

Protecting employees from catastrophic financial hardship is a key motivator for most employers when it comes to the design of their employee benefits plan....

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