Is Work ‘A Golden Country Club’? 3 Strategies to Embrace Diversity in the Workplace

I’ve coached many managers and leaders who feel diversity and inclusion have no bearing on their office culture or their organization’s ability to innovate...

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Human Rights Tribunal: A Schrenk Explainer

By Janice Rubin and Megan Forward On March 28, 2017, the Supreme Court of Canada (the “Court”) heard arguments in British Columbia Human Rights Tribunal...

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Revisiting the 2016 Changes to the BC Human Rights Code

By Nicole Byres As 2016 has ended and we reflect on potential emerging issues for employers in 2017, the recent amendments to the BC Human...

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Immigrant Recruitment in Canada: A Truly Competitive Platform Needed

By Riffat Shahnawaz Based on my human resource management (HRM) knowledge, Canadian recruitment managers try their best to fit with Human Rights and Employment Standard...

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How to Avoid Hiring Discrimination: What’s in a Name?

By Alex Nikotina Discrimination is not welcome in the workplace. It creates a bad organizational image, repels customers and business partners, and can result in...

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Harassment in the Workplace: 5 Things You Need to Know

By Alex Nikotina Harassment in the workplace is not the easiest topic to discuss, but is definitely one that needs to be addressed. Last year,...

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God, Homosexuality and the Legalities of Refusing Service

By David Brown For a country founded on principles of freedom, liberty and equality, the United States is having tremendous difficulty grappling with same-sex marriage...

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The “Lean In” Factor

By Kristin Zehnder, CHRP Sally is a talented, ambitious and career-focused professional. Her achievements are considerable and she feels confident she will be the successful...

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