A recent study shows a sharp rise in mental health claims among expats – here, one doctor explains what HR can do to help.
HRD is pleased to announce Fadel Chbihna as a speaker for the November HRD Leaders Summit. The industry veteran outlines his team’s two-year efforts to decrease employee attrition and improve customer satisfaction by empowering 7,000 front-line workers. For more information, visit hrleaders.ca.
Keeping employees engaged and motivated can be an uphill battle in difficult financial times. Aaron Green, vice president of applications at Oracle, shares his tips for keeping the organization on track.
A Canadian telecommunications giant has masterminded a complete overhaul of its entire front line customer service workforce using HR strategy, and its secrets are here for all to share.
Are your reward and recognition providers lying to you? HR blogger Paul Hebert takes on the industry’s biggest lies.
HR guru Dave Ulrich reflects on why some people still hate HR and provides some suggestions on how to promote positive views of the best profession in the world.
Is your organization talking about diversity, but not taking enough action? HR leader Dennis Fong shares his award winning diversity strategy.
As a multinational player with operations in over 190 countries around the world, it’s no surprise that engineering/electronics giant Siemens has made diversity and inclusion a key focus area. Global chief diversity officer Denice Kronau has introduced a number of initiatives to ensure Siemens stays ahead of the pack.
If not everyone can be the best, should HR stop focusing on top performers? Canadian HR leader Jane Watson offers her insights.
The job market is improving, but it can still be difficult for HR professionals at all levels to land roles. What can you do to improve your jobseeking experience?
HR blogger Benjamin Patient surmises on the three things that are missing from many companies' review strategies