Talent Management

By Joshua Ostrega

Everyone appreciates being recognized for a job well done. In fact, our brains are hardwired to respond positively to praise. 

By Lisa Kopochinski

There’s a saying: “What is old is new again.” For Cementation Canada, an underground mine contracting and engineering company with its main office in North Bay, Ont., this seems to ring especially true.

By Sarah McVanel & Brenda Zalter-Minden

Employers, take note. Your talent has a lot to say about how well you are recognizing them and the impact it is having.

By Sevaun Palvetzian

In Canada, over 500,000 youth are not in education, employment or training (NEET). In the Toronto region, the number comes to over 80,000 for youth aged 15 to 24.

By Wayne Berger

The demand for flexible working has increased across the globe, and 2016 will continue to see rapid growth in flexible and remote working. Today more than ever before, smart HR leaders are helping their companies embrace this new way of working.

By Suzanne L. Cook, Ph.D.

The workforce is aging. In addition, older workers are no longer accepting conventional retirement. Ignoring these trends can be detrimental for organizations, and HR has a key role to play in addressing these issues.