Culture

UBER FACED DAMAGING BACKLASH FOR AN ALLEGED “TOXIC” CULTURE. HOW CAN HR STEER CLEAR OF CULTURE SCANDALS?

By Sarah Andresen

The last six months have seen Canadian culture publically lauded around the globe for its inclusivity, positivity and diversity. It’s no wonder, then, that consumers, politicians and businesses alike have mixed opinions about Uber across the country, particularly given the latest in a string of scandals which hit headlines earlier this year.

By Melissa Campeau 

In most parts of Canada, it would take some effort not to assemble a diverse workforce. And almost certainly, that diverse workforce includes members of the LGBT community.

By Ben Bryant

Between Samsung explosions and Volkswagen recalls, FIFA’s racketeering and Wells Fargo’s fake accounts, some of the most recent corporate scandals have been mainstream events with far-reaching impact.

By Bryan Leach

Mentoring is seen to be a way to improve performance and as something that needs to be structured and managed to be effective. 

By Angelo Carofano, MBA, CPA, CMA

What is the link between the role of a CFO and initiatives to reduce absenteeism?

By Heather Hudson

When a Habanero Consulting Group employee returned to her Calgary home days after floodwaters had ravaged the city in June 2013, she found many of her belongings underwater.