Changing the Mind Space of the Workplace

By Pam Paquet While the HR world focuses on benefits, policies, programs and compensation, the goal is to treat employees well and meet their living...

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Millennial Women Leading the (New) Way: Defining Leadership on Their Own Terms

By Bernadette Smith Workplace dynamics are changing. Millennials have been in the workforce for about 10 years and continue to enter at a rapid rate....

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Fiona Ho: 2014 HRMA Rising Star

Hired fresh from UBC’s Sauder School of Business in 2011 with a specialization in HR, Fiona Ho swiftly became recognized as a highly personable,...

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Women’s Leadership Imperative: Speak Up, Stand Out and Succeed

By Isabelle St-Jean "The difference between what we do and what we are capable of doing would suffice to solve most of the world's problems."...

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The Glass Ceiling Conundrum: Does HR Have a Role?

By Jane Terepocki, CHRP The more things change the more they stay the same. The Economist magazine recently stated that female economic empowerment is the most...

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“What do you think the differences are between male and female leaders—if any?”

Lorie Corcuera founder and CEO, SPARK Creations As the co-founder and creative essence originator (CEO) of SPARK Creation, Lorie Corcuera is energetic, driven, and tireless in her...

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The “Lean In” Factor

By Kristin Zehnder, CHRP Sally is a talented, ambitious and career-focused professional. Her achievements are considerable and she feels confident she will be the successful...

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Social Media: A Woman’s Touch Required

By Andrew Woods Without a doubt, we live in an era of unparalleled communicative potential. Moreover, as our technologies continue to evolve, all prior preconceptions...

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