Business

By David Griffin


Case scenario

It’s an all-too-familiar situation for HR professionals: the high-performing, high-achieving senior executive or manager who leaves a trail of personnel casualties in their wake.

 

By Claude Balthazard, Ph.D., C.Psych., CHRP

 

The most important thing to keep in mind about the value proposition for the Certified Human Resources Professional (CHRP) designation is that it is a ‘reflexive’ value proposition.

By Phil Wilson, C.H.R.P, S.H.R.P

 

The profession is at an inflection point in Ontario and it has become one of the most exciting times to be an HR professional. Here are the reasons why.

 

By Wendy Cukier

Jobs without people and people without jobs” is a challenge in many industrialized countries. Unemployment and under-employment rates are high – particularly among youth, immigrants, aboriginal people and people with disabilities – while many businesses report they cannot find the skills they need.