HRMA partnered with Canada’s Public Policy Forum to gauge the condition of BC’s human capital stock.
Incited by provincial and national debate over recent years, pension reform is clearly on the minds of Canadians. However, policy setters have long recognized that while there is room for improvement, the system’s outlook may not be as bleak as we sometimes construe.
HRMA’s latest Research Briefing explores generational differences in the workplace.
By integrating a crisis management model with an HR competency model, the following Research Briefing offers a systematic framework for HR professionals to build their organization’s responsiveness to unforeseen challenges.
Does family life affect performance at work? HRMA’s latest Research Briefing discusses possible negative and positive effects as well as give suggestions for how employees and employers can prevent demanding aspects of family life from interfering with work.
After more than five years of BC HRMA’s annual HR Trends Survey, it is clear many of the ‘trends’ appear to be constants and the challenges that continue to face business leaders are being exacerbated by more complex working environments and ever-tightening budgets.
There are eight key organizational factors that increase the likelihood of embedding coaching skills in the workplace. These eight factors, when implemented with structure and rigor, are vital for any organization priding itself on developing its employees.