Canadian companies unprepared for AI
The majority of Canadian organizations aren’t prepared for how quickly they’ll be affected by major tech advances like robotics and AI, warns one new study.
Exclusive: L&D at Amway
Amway’s day-to-day business sees the company navigating its way through global challenges: 92% of its business is conducted internationally, and the organisation has over 21,000 employees.
Global report: HR trends 2015
An annual report has revealed some of the key trends HR should expect to encounter over the coming months.
Who earns more, lesbian women or gay men?
It seems homosexuality has a significant effect on pay – but it’s not as straight-forward as you might think.
How valuable is voluntary work?
Research conducted by Deloitte has found that 81% of HR managers take a history of voluntary work into account when making a hiring decision, with three quarters considering applicants with this experience more desirable.
Five Minutes with…Robin Schooling
With 25 years’ experience in the field of HR management, Robin Schooling has made her mark on a variety of different industries including banking, gaming, health care and manufacturing.
Diversity strategy pays dividends for Deloitte
It’s no accident that more than 50 per cent of the leaders coming up the ranks at Deloitte are female.
Legislation would ban after-work emails
A nation recognized as a global leader in workplace efficiency is now considering legislation that would make it illegal to email colleagues after 6pm.
The best gamification practices in HR
HR leaders seeking exceptional gamification practices should look to these groundbreaking organizations for guidance.
If frontline managers perform so badly, why aren’t they getting trained?
Everyone seems to agree that frontline managers are important, but many aren't prioritizing their training. We analyze the depth of the ongoing trend.