The Expectation of Excellence: Creating a High-Performance Culture

By Eitan Sharir As a leader, you don’t head to work every day intending to achieve mediocre results.  Nonetheless, are you inadvertently setting mediocre expectations through your actions or focus? Unfortunately, this is a trap that snags many organizational and...

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What have you found to be the most effective means of recruitment for organizations today?

Kael Campbell president, Red Seal Recruiting Ltd, Victoria A BC HRMA member since 2000, Kael Campbell is the president of Red Seal Recruiting Solutions Ltd, a leading trades and industrial management recruiting employment agency in Victoria. Red Seal services clients across Canada,...

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The Art of the Hire

By Mike Cass President, BC HRMA There is a definite price tag attached to finding and keeping quality people in the workplace. As per PeopleTalk's cover story, “Hire Standards: Better Fit”, our focus is fixed on recruitment, one of the base...

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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 speed of mobile data.This evolving workplace is set against a wobbling global financial landscape, focused...

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Lang Knows Her Business (and Yours)

Gemini-award winning business journalist Amanda Lang is CBC's senior business correspondent, reporting for, and occasionally hosting, its flagship nightly news program, The National. She is also co-host of The Lang & O'Leary Exchange, a daily business program airing on...

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Q: How do you define engagement and when in your career/life were most engaged?

By Raluca Manolache TJ Schmaltz, CHRP executive director of HR and payroll services, District of West Vancouver TJ Schmaltz started his career as a labour and employment lawyer in Vancouver before moving into the HR world; he has worked in a variety of...

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Gusto, Engagement and Gallup

By Mike Cass President, BC HRMA Like engagement, gusto is a tough word to define, but you know it when you see it - and you know that it counts. This edition is focused on "The Economy of Engagement”.  We have certainly...

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Bullying and the Bigger Picture: The Impact of Individual and Unit-level Bullying on Turnover Intentions

By Kyla Nicholson, CHRP This Research Briefing is a service from BC HRMA’s research group. Our aim is to make it easier and quicker for HR professionals to find and apply the latest and best people management insight to their...

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