Failure to Empower Failure May Cause Failure

“In times of change, learners inherit the earth, while the learned find themselves beautifully equipped to deal with a world that no longer exists.”– Eric Hoffer In this age of technology, organizations must deal not only with disruption and convergence,...

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Rethinking Recruitment: The Flex of Agile Thinking

By Amelia Chan, CPHR “Agile” has been a bit of a buzz word in recruitment for a while—usually associated with breaking big tasks into smaller projects with assured feedback from stakeholders propelling greater success. While this holds true, there is...

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The Mindset of Work/Life Balance?

By Heather O’Keefe, CPHR There is a lot of talk today about HR's strategic goal to provide a more balanced work/life environment for employees. Why has that become so important in today's work place? Are the days of expecting...

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Welcome to The 2020 Workplace: Attract, Develop and Keep Top Talent

By Nicole Girouard There has never been a time where we have been so connected. Information is at our fingertips 24/7 and we can find out, learn about, talk about, critique, contribute to, and share everything in a matter of...

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CEO TalkBack: Leadership Learning to ‘Like’ Social Media

By Natalie Michael, CPHR Last month I was at an executive coaching conference and in between sessions the majority of people quickly grabbed their phones and started tapping away. I am not sure what exactly they were doing. Email? Instagram?...

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#recruitment: How Social Media Changes Everything

By Benedicte Flouriot Companies approach the talent search and the hiring process in a much different way than just 15 years ago. Why? Because the working world has changed. Let’s stick to the literal meaning of the working world for a minute...

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Social Media @ Work For HR

By Nancy Painter When LinkedIn was launched in 2003, few in HR could have predicted the role social media would come to play in the profession. In fact, few probably recognized the term “social media” in 2003. Today LinkedIn has 500...

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Smart Hires Lead the Way for Learning Cultures

By Ingrid Vaughan Learning cultures within organizations are becoming a standard job expectation as job seekers weigh their options when saying yes to an employment offer. In an increasingly competitive marketplace of dynamic talent, such cultures have become requisite for...

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