When Labour Shortage Intersects With #METOO – Crisis or Opportunity? 

Recently, I was on a plane heading back to Vancouver after being in Northern B.C. – the land of Oil & Gas and Site C – and it was hard not to overhear the conversation of the young man...

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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 and LGBTQ discrimination.  In fact, even prior to the June 2015 Supreme Court ruling in Obergefell...

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Changing the Mind Space of the Workplace

By Pam Paquet While the HR world focuses on benefits, policies, programs and compensation, the goal is to treat employees well and meet their living needs to improve success within the workplace. Given the emphasis on empathy and people skills, is...

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The Glass Ceiling Conundrum: Does HR Have a Role?

By Jane Terepocki, CHRP The more things change the more they stay the same. The Economist magazine recently stated that female economic empowerment is the most profound social change of our times. Globally, women are getting advanced degrees at higher rates...

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