How to Prepare Your Workplace for the Aftermath of Marijuana Legalization

With cannabis being decriminalized under federal legislation on October 17, 2018 — roughly six months ago — many employers have tried to anticipate how this has and/or will impact their workplaces. Undoubtedly, in-house policy is key, but leaders should set...

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Improve Your Diversity Intelligence: Eliminate Your Blind Spots

By Paul Pelletier “I've learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.” - Maya Angelou HR professionals and project management leaders who leverage diversity to...

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The Politics of HR

By Nancy Painter Too often when we think of politics, we think of elected officials taking pot shots at each other for the benefit of the cameras in Question Period. However at its most basic level, politics is about people, power...

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The Profound Benefits of Volunteering

By Tracey Burns Recently, I worked with an organization which had been through a tumultuous time. Culture Collision and Constant Change Over the space of several years, the organization had undergone merger after merger, gobbling up smaller companies across several countries. Sadly,...

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