By Yafa Sakkejha

Employee turnover is certainly costly to companies, but it can surface in hidden places. Aside from the time and money it takes to recruit, train and transition employees, it can often hit the group benefits piece of the P&L.

By Nolan Friesen

HR professionals know that employees are a company’s most important asset, and group benefits programs are an important factor in attracting and retaining top talent.

By Lisa Kopochinski

In the not-so-distant past, employers often expected their employees to leave their personal problems at the door.

By Joel Kranc 

With 15,000 employees spread throughout the country, Best Buy has its human resources work cut out for it. To make things even more complicated, HR is tasked with addressing the needs of four talent pools – employees of Best Buy, employees of Future Shop, distribution warehouse workers and corporate head office employees.

By Lynne Koziey, MBA


Hilton worldwide uses an extensive benefits plan to compete in Calgary's tight job market.



HR Professional

By Melissa Campeau


For employees returning from a mental illness-related leave, HR professionals have a pivotal role to play