180 Years Away From Parity? That’s Far Too Long

We’ve seen a lot in the last year. We’ve seen panic, devastation, self-reflection, epiphanies and activism. And we’ve seen pledges–countless pledges to “build back...

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A Tale of Two Cashiers: : Why Valuing Employees is Important

There are few jobs as standardized as a grocery store cashier. I imagine a cashier from a grocery chain in Alabama could move to...

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How To Advance Organizational Culture In The “New Normal” World Of Work

Benjamin Franklin famously said, "Out of adversity comes opportunity." COVID-19 has challenged us all in myriad ways, both professionally and personally. But there have been...

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The View from Here: Learnings on Bullying and Harassment Obligations, 6 Years Later

For Alberta employers, both provincially and federally regulated, significant changes are on the horizon. Highlighted by movements like #metoo and changes to safety legislation...

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Celebrating Pride and the HR Professionals Who’ve Made an Impact

In honour of Pride week in Vancouver  — July 27-August 2, 2020 — CPHR BC & Yukon would like to take the opportunity to...

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Your PCPS- Post-COVID-19 People Strategy!

We have all moved through the statements and buzz words that have come with this pandemic, from "when we go back" to "adjusting to...

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Why HR Matters: HR Makes a World of Difference to a Business

It’s a bit of a cliché that people are a business’s most important asset, but clichés become what they are because there is a...

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Gender Pay Equity: Paying it Forward

When I started my HR career over 15 years ago, gender pay equity was not often talked about. Big companies would reallocate dollars behind...

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