Many Canadians happily bid adieu to 2016, given the deaths, disasters and divisiveness that characterized so much of public discourse through the year. And while one can’t clearly predict what 2017 will bring, the fact that Canadians will...
Plan for employee departures so you’re not left shorthanded
Are you on social media? If so, human resources consultant Morgan Kemick cautions, “There’s no online privacy. Someone at work — your boss, your colleagues — is reading your posts."
Social media gives credit unions a ...
When sparks fly at the office what is the company to do?
Instead of using exit interviews to uncover what might have gone wrong, roll back the clock and invite that same employee to share what is currently crazy-making in a “stay interview.” In her book Hello Stay Interviews, Goodbye Talent Loss, autho...
You sit at your desk for eight hours a day, yet your to-do list seems to swell, not shrink. How can you be more effective with your time? Here’s what the latest science says.
Is your manager so invested in her job she insists on doing yours too?
Employees are recognized as the heart of any company. As a result, the workforce needs a regular check-up just like a flesh-and-blood heart.
Having a cohesive workplace team can reduce a lot of common day-to-day stress.
The face of the workplace has changed significantly over the past decade and those changes promise to continue.
Almost two-thirds of Canadians work more than 45 hours a week – a 50-per cent increase over 20 years ago.
Protecting one’s data is a growing concern in the digital era.