Making the Most of Final Days: Bringing Value to Offboarding

By Ian Gibson, CHRP Are companies missing out on the final piece of the employment cycle puzzle? At the opposite end of the spectrum, onboarding...

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Small Changes and Large Rewards in Recruitment

By Jane Terepocki, CHRP “I am convinced that nothing we do is more important than hiring and developing people. At the end of the day...

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The Humanity of High Tech: Re-Connecting the Workplace

By Andrew Woods From the phone in our pocket to the laptop on our desk to the proliferation of pads, screens and devices, the technologies...

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Sharing the Responsibility: Seeding the Recruitment Mindset

By Morgan Kemick, CHRP As much as human resources professionals appreciate and value the recruitment and selection process within an organization, we all know what...

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Hire Standards: Better Fit

By Brenda Jacobsen It’s the age of change, and the workplace is shifting. The way we did business yesterday has been radically transformed by the...

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How to Ensure a Successful Probationary Period

By Ryan St.Germaine Recruiting new employees is never an easy task. From initial screening, through interviews and contract negotiation, the process can be time consuming...

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Smoothing Transitions: Factoring Diversity

Aman* was recruited to senior management in the head office of a pharmaceutical company just six months after arriving in Canada. He came highly...

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New Tools For New Hires? The Web 2.0 Awaits

By Holly MacDonald New employee orientation programs provide a critical introduction for your employees to the culture of your organization, encapsulating your organization’s vision/mission.  This...

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