From Competition to Co-opetition: Me VS We

We have all heard the terms “win-lose “and “win-win” used millions of times — and we all agree that win-win is better. A classic example...

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A Study of Inclusion Through Workplace Play: Kambo Energy Group

Have you ever looked at a colleague who is “having too much fun” at work and caught yourself thinking, are they really working? How productive...

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High Demand for Bite-sized Learning in the Modern Day Workplace

Disruptive change from new technologies has become the norm for today’s organizations. Skills are becoming obsolete at an accelerating rate and the days of traditional,...

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Addressing Diversity and Inclusion in the Workplace Webinar

  Addressing Diversity and Inclusion in the Workplace  The first in CPHR Canada’s ‘This is HR’ webinar series, with keynote speaker Kim Katrin and hosted by...

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7 Tips to Draft Better Emails for International Colleagues & Coworkers

Do you work with many people around the world and need to communicate with them regularly by email? It’s important to make sure your...

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Online Learning Or Weekend Classes: Which is a Better Adult Education Experience For Me?

Working adults who are considering going back to school are faced with several adult education learning options, such as attending class in the evening...

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The Benefits of Investing in Employee’s Training and Development

I recently passed the CPHR BC & Yukon Chartered Professionals in Human Resources National Knowledge Exam and I have my employer to thank (cheers XenCALL!)....

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Seven Ways to Recognize People at Work, Including Getting the Money Part Right

  Recognizing and rewarding people can be a strategic advantage – helping you keep your best, demonstrating your commitment to people and your commitment to...

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