A look back at the 2018 HR Conference + Tradeshow: Keeping People-First in a Changing World

With the 2019 HR Conference + Tradeshow only 12 weeks away, today we look back at last year's HR Conference + Tradeshow. If one wisdom resonated above all others for the 1,000 plus crowd at Vancouver Convention Centre West from...

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The Power (and Responsibility) of Leadership Level Listening

Hemingway once said, "When people talk, listen completely. Most people never listen." Unfortunately, it is hard to disagree that truly listening to people is a lost art form. Too often, we are moving onto the next meeting, distracted by our...

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The Do’s and ‘Darwins’ of Social Media

By Howie Outerbridge The Internet has fundamentally changed the way we communicate, with social media platforms accelerating the rate by which information is exchanged. Not only has this had a tremendous impact on an organization’s business strategy, but it has...

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Workforce Planning for a Leadership Culture: Leadership Talent Drives Business Success

By Peter Saulnier Numerous surveys of CEOs show that they believe the quality of their leadership talent is a key factor to determining their fate.  As such, HR and other business leaders are asking, “What can my organization do to...

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Workforce Changes and Canadian Severance Trends in 2015

By Peter Saulnier, CHRP and Vincent Chow What workforce changes are Canadian organizations planning for 2015 and how will they manage them? Surveying Severance and Change To answer that question, Logan HR conducted a national survey of workforce changes and severance practices...

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Maximize the Value of Total Rewards in Your Hiring Process

By Peter Saulnier and Vincent Chow Alex, a recruiter in a mid-sized engineering firm, just got a phone call from Chris, a current candidate.  Chris has been through three successful interviews for the role of Project Engineer and has received...

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