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Recruitment and Retention

We are all looking for the best people to work and lead within our organizations. But finding and hiring them is only half the battle. We have to not only lure them in, but we also have to be imaginative and innovative if we want to keep them. So, recruitment and retention are intrinsically linked. It’s not enough to do a good job on one end, you have to do a great job on both in order to be successful in today’s tough job market.

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Get the Feedback You Need
An effective system for gathering employee feedback is essential if your company wants to get the most out of the talent at its disposal.


The Gig Generation: Addressing The Challenges
Gone are the days of long-tenured employees. The gig economy is here and Millennials are in the thick of it.


Rethinking 9 to 5: Flexible Work Arrangements
Flexible work arrangements, including flexible working hours, remote work, and compressed workweeks, are more commonplace than ever in Canadian organizations.



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Fed. Gov't. Funds Trucking Human Resources Canada to Help Workers And Employers in a Changing Economy

Canada Working to End Child Labour Around the World

Canada Continues Efforts to Eliminate Workplace Violence and Harassment, Promote Equality

Marking World Refugee Day By Supporting Newcomer Employment



 

    News

BC: Government Promotes Respectful Workplaces in Creative Sector

AB: Helping Workers Collect Unpaid Wages

AB: Workplace Changes For Youth Will Improve Safety

SK: Province’s Minimum Wage Once Again Set to Increase in October

MB: Paramedicine Declared Regulated Health Profession

NB: Economic Growth Plan 2018 Update Shows Progress In Key Areas

NB: AG Finds WorkSafeNB Independence Weakened And Decision-making Ability Hampered

NS: Encouraging a Safety Culture for Young Workers

NL: Applications Open for Linkages Program to Help Youth Gain Employment

This Month
viewpoints
Marijuana and the Workplace: Safety First
What are the rules about smoking marijuana and coming to work?

features
Get the Feedback You Need
Employee feedback is essential if your company wants to get the most out of the talent at its disposal.
Smart Recruitment and Retention
Finding the best and brightest is only half the battle. Here are some strategies to make them stay.


law
Banker Entitled to Bonus that Vested After He Was Terminated
Even though the bonus was discretionary, the employer should have been fair, two courts found.
Accommodating Medical Marijuana Use Would Be Undue Hardship, Arbitrator Finds
An employer could not accommodate without undue hardship a worker in safety-sensitive positions who used medical marijuana.
Foreman Was Not Sexually Harassed by Female Health and Safety Inspector
The female colleague was just trying to calm him down after he was angry about his supervisor, a tribunal found.

strategies
The Gig Generation: Addressing The Challenges of a New Workforce
Nearly nine in 10 Canadian Millennials say they have a concern with working gig jobs.
Creating Leadership Energy is an Inside Job
You need to either find the work you love, or learn to love the work you have.

Shop Talk
Canadian Employers Underestimate The Proportion Of Their Workforce With A Chronic Condition And Its Impact
Three-quarters of plan sponsors indicate they are concerned about unmanaged chronic disease in their workforce.
Rethinking 9 to 5: Canadian Organizations Step Up to Support Employees Through Flexible Work Arrangements
Flexible work arrangements are more commonplace than ever in Canadian organizations.



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