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Applications only on Snapchat: they got how many? by Caitlin Nobes | 2014-06-27 3:19:29 PM

Looking for a specific type of personality or communicator? Try following this bar owner's more

Lighter side: You need to see this Google manager’s response to a leave request by Juliette Willow | 2014-06-27 3:06:39 PM

We dare you not to enjoy this heartwarming response to a little girl who asked her father’s boss for his birthday off read more

Tackling mental health problems in the workplace by Caitlin Nobes | 2014-06-25 4:29:13 PM

Mental illness is a growing area of concern for all Canadian organizations. Could good HR policies help reduce its impact on your employees and company?read more

Avoid chasing Gen Y away by Caitlin Nobes | 2014-06-25 4:01:35 PM

The disconnect between managers and Gen Y is causing problems for individuals and the companies they work for – so what common mistakes are being made and what are the solutions? read more

“Gradual retirement” goal of many Canadian workers by HRM | 2014-06-24 7:15:11 PM

While companies strategize on how to manage the increasing loss of baby boomers, you could ease the pressure on your company by facilitating gradual retirement. read more

Why narcissists do the best at job interviews by Juliette Willow | 2014-06-24 1:51:27 PM

One psychology professor claims interviews are biased against modest people and those from self-effacing cultural more

Negotiating your own salary: Think big by Janie Smith | 2014-06-22 7:46:45 PM

As HR professionals, we’re used to being on the employer side of salary negotiations. But what happens when we need to negotiate our own pay packets? Going large may be the more

HR in the Far North by Caitlin Nobes | 2014-06-20 1:13:14 PM

Living and working in Northern Canada holds unique challenges for HR pros - including convincing candidates they won’t have to live in more