The Changing ABCs of Emerging Talent: Tapping the Student Value Proposition

Every year thousands of students graduate from universities with diplomas and degrees in various disciplines and venture into the world with the goal of either landing in the corporate world or continuing on and following other passions. As such, I...

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HR LeadersTalk: Gillian McCombie Shares Wisdom of Experience

In every issue of PeopleTalk magazine we try to speak with an HR leader to get their thoughts on various HR related topics and pick their brain for some advice they may have for the next generation of HR...

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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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HR LeadersTalk: Barbara Meens Thistle, CPHR Champions ROI of Lifelong Learning

Named CPHR BC & Yukon’s HR Professional of the Year in 2016, Barbara Meens Thistle, CPHR served as VP of HR and corporate services for ICBC for a number of years before moving to UBC as VP of HR...

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Leadership Excellence for the Digital Age: 10 Tips For Turning Possibility Into Reality (Part Two)

This is the second article of a two-part series. Read Part One now. Tip #6: Ensure Succession Planning and Management is Impartial and Transparent Demands and criteria for leadership are changing in the digital age—especially with the presence of a multi-generational...

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Apprenticeship Programs Fuel Employee Experience: Much to Learn From “Made in the Trade”

By Amelia Chan, CPHR Talent management is a long term commitment which requires executive support, strategic thinking—and an HR mindset. While leaders conceptually realize talent management drives business results, it is challenging to implement within an organization because of many moving...

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Diversity Key Driver in Global Marketplace

By Lindsay Macintosh, CHRP A strong culture that supports diversity is vital to any organization’s ability to compete effectively in today’s global economy. The logic is straightforward. Shortages of highly qualified and skilled workers is one of the major challenges organizations...

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