Workforce Planning for a Leadership Culture: Leadership Talent Drives Business Success

By Peter Saulnier Numerous surveys of CEOs show that they believe the quality of their leadership talent is a key factor to determining their fate.  As such, HR and other business leaders are asking, “What can my organization do to...

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Infographic: Is Your Company Prepared for Generation Z?

In five years, Generation Z will make up more than 20 per cent of the workforce. With new ideas and expectations for the professional world, they’re poised to add yet another layer to multigenerational teams. Robert Half's guide, Get...

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Avoid ‘Bad Hire Syndrome’

By Cliff Kanto A company cannot afford to waste precious resources on hiring a poor performer in today’s competitive business environment. A weak link in your organization can cause a multitude of problems from poor quality work, to negative workplace...

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Unending Automation

By David Creelman The trouble with trends is that the important ones play out over decades; they become “old news” even while they remain important in shaping our lives. Once such trend is automation and it has been playing out...

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Interior Businesses Facing People Challenges

By Ian J. Cook, CHRP Businesses in the Interior of British Columbia will soon be facing a range of people challenges. The economic recovery is still in its early stages and many are still concerned about the immediate future. However,...

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Improve Performance with Effective Workforce Management

Special Promotional Feature Workforce management has come a long way since the days when Human Resources Management Systems (HRMS) were a competitive edge for only the most progressive BC businesses. Advancing technology and business process outsourcing have made HRMS a...

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Is the Media Right – Are Employees Delaying Retirement?

By Helen Luketic, CHRP     Back in June, the media reported that officers with the Vancouver Police Department are not retiring as planned after the Vancouver 2010 Olympics.  According to the VPD, “there will be a serious financial impact if the...

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The Need for Strategic Workforce Planning

By Ian J. Cook   If you are planning for a year grow rice. If you are planning for 20 years grow trees. If you are planning for 100 years grow people.   . . . so goes the ancient Chinese proverb.   These proven words...

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