Escape the snooze factor: making benefits interesting
Do you fall asleep just trying to communicate about benefits? There’s no reason benefits have to be boring – take these tips to bring some enthusiasm to the story
Minimizing employee uncertainty: A job for the CEO?
2013 is a year of constant change. With many employees unsure of where they stand, what role does the CEO play in reducing an organization’s employee uncertainty?
Real value: the engagement power of group discounts
When you save your employees money, you can expect them to be grateful, and to stick around.
Pay cut okay to meet career goals
Most Canadians would accept a lower salary if it meant getting a job that fulfills their other career goals.
How to tell an employee they smell
It might not be the most pleasant topic to bring up, but one expert says avoiding it can be worse – so, how do you tell an employee they smell?
Is the CHRP designation worth it?
A new report shows CHRP links to higher pay and increased job listings, but some HR pros question its value.
The Called and the Beautiful: attractive people get more callbacks
Beautiful people get more calls for interviews, even if their resume isn't any better. Can you avoid the beauty bias?
Is your workplace fairtrade certified?
Ever wonder where your coffee comes from? Fairtrade products can be a low cost tool for social responsibility and engagement.
Bring your parent to work: “Meet our new hire – and their mother”
US employers report more and more millennial employees are bringing their parents to interviews, now LinkedIn has launched a “Bring your parent to work” day.
Are graduates less engaged?
While still an important asset in many professions, university degrees may result in higher levels of disengagement, a study has found.