Culture

By Shawn Murphy

It’s a traditional belief that the needs of the organization trump employees’ needs. This belief has become a barrier for many leaders to adapting a more modern leadership perspective.

By Sarah B. Hood

In 2009, Strandberg Consulting prepared a report for Industry Canada, titled The Role of Human Resource Management in Corporate Social Responsibility.

By Selisse Berry

In 2015, the LGBT community made global strides in terms of acceptance and equality, from public figures identifying as transgender to the U.S. legalizing same-sex marriage.

By Melissa Campeau

In August of 2014, electric carmaker Tesla recruited 30 hackers, full time. Why? They wanted subject-matter experts to poke holes in their network security, so they could repair and improve an already industry-leading product.

By Bill Greenhalgh

Today’s business demands and increased workplace regulatory requirements converge to create the need for a more “professional” human resources profession

By John Izzo

Herb Kelleher, former CEO of Southwest Airlines, once said (with more colour), “Corporate culture is hard to define, but without it, you ain’t got nothing.”