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  • Generation Z- The Globals

    Generation Z- The Globals

    We’ve been hearing a lot about Millennials since the start of this millennium. But what about the next batch of workers, whose oldest members were born in 1995? Generation Z is already entering college, starting internships, volunteering, and shaking things up on all frontiers.

  • Top Line HR: Driving Business Results

    Top Line HR: Driving Business Results

    While it is generally accepted today that HR practitioners contribute to their employers’ bottom line, questions remain—such as how, and by how much. Switching the lens from the bottom line impact to top line practices readily reveals HR’s unique ability to drive and sustain business results.

  • Chief Experience Officer

    Chief Experience Officer

    Ryan Estis, opening plenary speaker at HRMA’s 2015 Annual Conference + Tradeshow, explains why his business card reads ‘Chief Experience Officer’.

  • Five Tips for Giving and Receiving Feedback at Work

    Five Tips for Giving and Receiving Feedback at Work

    Brad Karsh, plenary speaker at HRMA’s 2015 Annual Conference + Tradeshow, provides five tips for giving and receiving feedback at work.

  • Recruiting Starts with One Question: 'Why Would Someone Want to Work for You?'

    Recruiting Starts with One Question: ‘Why Would Someone Want to Work for You?’

    Steve Cadigan, a keynote speaker at HRMA’s 2015 Annual Conference + Tradeshow, explains the importance of this simple question.

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  • The Changing Face of Higher Education

    Like many sectors, the field of higher education is changing. A number of economic, demographic and technological forces are affecting both the demand for post-secondary education (PSE) and the means by which it can be supplied, as documented in a

    February 23, 2015 | 0 comments | View Post

  • Neuroscience Reveals Necessity of HR Leadership

    Much of the neuroscience coming into popular consciousness is not new. Many of us are aware of what is needed for employees to be engaged, how to motivate teams or what we need to do to develop our workforce. What

    February 19, 2015 | 0 comments | View Post

  • Other Recent Articles

  • Intervention: From Negative Impact to Constructive Leadership

    An intervention is an extreme, serious action to improve a critical situation. Reality TV has sensationalized this concept, but you may not have considered this same approach as an effective solution in the workplace. Specifically, an intervention may be a useful strategy for “problem leaders.”

    February 17, 2015 | 0 comments | View Post

  • Inclusion a Driver of Culture and Results

    How can inclusion drive the culture of human resources in a company? By creating an internal infrastructure that supports a diverse and inclusive workplace, HR plays an impactful role in achieving the company’s strategic priorities: attracting top talent, developing innovative solutions, and building customer credibility and loyalty.

    February 16, 2015 | 0 comments | View Post

  • Jay Sharun, CHRP: 2014 Award of Excellence—Innovation

    Jay Sharun, CHRP, is a negotiator with Western Industrial Relations, the premier consulting firm for labour relations in Western Canada. Having been in the industry for over 15 years and negotiated more than 400 collective agreements, Sharun was most recently recognized as the recipient of the 2014 HRMA Award of Excellence in Innovation for his work done at BC Tree Fruits.

    February 13, 2015 | 0 comments | View Post

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