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  • The Politics of HR

    The Politics of HR

    At its most basic level, politics is about people, power and the ability to influence events. It’s something human resources professionals have given considerable thought to over the years, articulating it in recent decades as “getting a seat at the table” or being recognized within organizations as an integral part of the leadership team.

  • Summertime Networking: 10 Tips to Make Hot Connections This Summer

    Summertime Networking: 10 Tips to Make Hot Connections This Summer

    According to Alaina G. Levine, summer is the perfect time for reluctant or inexperienced connectors to dip their toes into the networking pool. Here, she shares 10 tips to help you get started.

  • “Smart" Isn't Good Enough: Seven 21st Century Learning Skills

    “Smart” Isn’t Good Enough: Seven 21st Century Learning Skills

    With the influx of technology into the way we work, traditionally accepted concepts of what “smart” is have become outdated. Edward D. Hess explains why you need to develop new 21st century learning skills.

  • 6 Reasons Why you Should Use your Vacation Days

    6 Reasons Why you Should Use your Vacation Days

    Not taking a vacation this year? You could be doing more harm to yourself and your company than you might think. Here are a few reasons why employees should make sure they use their vacation days.

  • Research Briefing: Generational Differences in the Workplace

    Research Briefing: Generational Differences in the Workplace

    HRMA’s latest Research Briefing explores generational differences in the workplace.

  • Other Recent Articles

  • Why Work-Life Balance is the Wrong Idea

    A better ‘balance’ is finding the right job for your purpose, says talent expert.

    July 23, 2015 | 0 comments | View Post

  • Mentoring: A Cost-Effective Way to Develop Millennial Leaders

    It’s time for organizations to start thinking about millennials as the next wave of future leaders and prepare opportunities to develop their leadership skills in ways that meets their particular needs. Mentorship is a development tool that particularly taps into millennials’ reputational desire for receiving frequent feedback and maximizing relationships.

    July 22, 2015 | 0 comments | View Post

  • Infographic: Do Canadians need to relearn how to recharge?

    Technology enables us to be connected anywhere, anytime. What does that mean to our workload? And are Canadians still able to switch-off once away from their desk?

    July 21, 2015 | 0 comments | View Post

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