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What is Your Company Story?

Your story is the way your brand is remembered when you are not in the room. It reminds people both inside your organization and without of what you stand for, where you came from and where you are going.

Creating a Common Language for a Strong Company Culture

Too many companies miss key factors in the overall success of their business. Effective internal communication and development of company culture based upon brand objectives are key to the overall success of any company.

Get Ready for Generation Z

New research by Robert Half reveals what members of Generation Z — born between 1990 and 1999 — expect when entering the workforce. Find out how to attract, retain and manage this latest cohort.

HireUp: Youth Employment Program Targets Homelessness

The unemployment rate for Canadian youth is almost double that of the general population, and many talented, young people face increasing difficulty finding employment. Over-represented in these numbers are youth who already have lived experience of homelessness.

New Study Says Shift Workers May Be Especially Vulnerable to Sleep Trouble

Canadian employees are simply not getting enough sleep, according to the results of ‘Why Canadian Workers are Losing Sleep’. The survey results confirm how damaging sleep deficiency is to productivity, and details what employees want from Canadian employers with respect to supporting good sleep habits or sleep hygiene.

Road Safety is Smart Business: Make it Part of Yours

March 2-6, 2015 is the first annual Road Safety at Work Week. B.C. employers are encouraged to take action on workplace road safety.

3 Things About HR that Every Financial Executive Needs to Know

At most larger companies, it’s a safe assumption that corporate leadership tends to understand the basic tenets of human capital management – how to recruit top talent, how to keep people engaged and motivated and how to take care of business where payroll, benefits and wellness are concerned. But all of that, while vitally important in its own right, is just the tip of the iceberg. Past the HR basics, employers need to explore the outer reaches of the C-suite and look at how their human capital affects other aspects of their business.

Employee Engagement Gives Life to Employer Brands

Employee engagement—it’s fundamental, experts say. And new research feeds the claim, pinpointing the pain points that surface when Canadian employees aren’t engaged.