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The (Tech) Force Awakens

Clearly, tech is changing the nature of work. But the changes we’ve seen in the last handful of years – the proliferation of mobile and cloud computing, game-like apps for employees and big data among them – are just the beginning.


Meet the HR Influencers: Denise Hayes

Denise Hayes has never been one to back away from a challenge. It’s a trait that serves her well in her current role as chief human resources officer at Moneris.


The Social Leader

In a 2014 Globe and Mail article, Tangerine CEO Peter Aceto said, "I would rather engage in a Twitter conversation with a single customer than see our company attempt to attract the attention of millions in a coveted Super Bowl commercial."


Workplace Sexual Harassment

Sexual harassment has been prohibited in Canada by human rights legislation since the 1980s and workplace victims of this behaviour can pursue a legal remedy through the human rights process.


Job Connections

How do you communicate with 27,000 employees who have no access to computers at work?


The Diversity Advantage

Many of our HR systems and processes were designed back when we had a relatively homogenous workforce. A big change is needed, and inclusion must become a number one priority for HR.


Effective HRIS Implementation

These days, many organizations are investing in software systems to turn HR and payroll data into useable information.


A Fine Balance

Line up 10 of your employees - six of them are feeling overloaded, according to the Canadian Mental Health Association. A full 58 per cent of us feel we've got too much going on when it comes to our responsibilities at work, home and in our community


Returning to Work

Imagine – as an HR professional, you’ve helped an employee struggling with a mental health issue to coordinate a leave of absence.


Diversity Details

In 2013, the Canadian Institute of Diversity and Inclusion (CIDI) published Canada’s first and only publicly available research report on diversity measurement in Canadian organizations.