CPHR BC & Yukon Professional Mentorship Program Provided Valuable Learning Opportunities For Two Members

We've all had someone who's helped us learn something. Whether it be that first awesome manager who taught you how valuable simple skills like being on time for work or that upbeat millennial in the cubical down the hall who...

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FCPHR Honours 24/7 HR Ambassadors

In recent years, the human resources profession has garnered greater recognition and responsibility than ever before—with the change to the Chartered Professionals in Human Resources or CPHR designation only adding to that growing visibility and value. While there are many...

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What is the keystone to mental health in the workplace?

Marli Penner, CPHR HR advisor, Northwest Community College Terrace, BC Marli Penner, CPHR is an HR advisor at Northwest Community College in Terrace, BC.  The primary areas of her role are employee benefits, disability management, wellness, and occupational health and safety.   Working in...

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Emotional EQuity Brings Inspired Returns

By Brenda Young “People don’t care how much you know until they know how much you care.” —Theodore Roosevelt It’s that touchy-feely stuff business balks at: feelings in the workplace. However, emotions are equity, and rational or not, they’re an unseen information...

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“What life lesson or learning experience has most greatly influenced your approach to HR leadership?”

Diane Taylor principal, Glow Leadership Diane Taylor is a leadership coach, human resources consultant, speaker, facilitator, and blogger (glowleadership.com). As principal of Glow Leadership, she offers unique leadership development, organizational design and executive coaching opportunities that help leaders and organizations achieve their...

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