Leadership Matters

By Karen Stone, CHRE

We have written often in these pages about transformation – about the technological changes turning business models on their heads, and the strategic changes organizations are making in order to meet those challenges.

By Karen Stone, CHRE

The human resources area of compensation practice is a vastly different place than it was just two decades ago. The emergence of new thinking has led us to create many new best practices that have resulted in more transparency and equitable pay practices in many businesses today.

We Are undergoing a paradigm shift in the workplace – and preparation is the key to keeping pace

By Karen Stone, CHRE

It’s often been said that change is the only constant – and when it comes to our economic models and this concept we call “work,” the pace of change is accelerating more rapidly than ever before.

What does a political or business leader look like? According to Hillary Clinton, the future of leadership is female.

By Liz Bernier

"I’ve often felt the need to be careful in public, like I was up on a wire without a net.”

That was one of the most resounding statements Hillary Clinton made in discussing the aftermath of her failed 2016 presidential bid. It’s a memorable one, and not simply because of the insight it provides into her experience as the first female candidate to be nominated by a major party as a presidential candidate.

By Karen Stone, CHRE

I am very grateful (as a proud aunt, HR practitioner and active member of my community) that conversations and actions focused on diversity in the workplace are realized as important contributions to business strategy success.

Seven key leadership roles nonprofits will need to succeed

By Sarah Matsushita

Transformations in the Canadian labour market will require changes in the way organizations hire workers. Thirty-six per cent of employers in Canada have difficulty filling positions due to lack of suitable talent, ManpowerGroup Inc. found in their 2017 Talent Shortage report.