Still focused on annual reviews? Why it’s time to let them go
Some managers like their routine, but amping up your review process could get you real time results – and a more dedicated staff.
CEOs Talk Leadership: Bob Peter
As head of an organization with almost $5 billion in annual sales and more than 600 stores throughout Ontario, LCBO CEO Bob Peter oversees one of Canada’s biggest retailers, winning awards in customer service, social responsibility, staff training, marketing and corporate communications.
CEOs Talk Leadership: Rosemary McCarney
Rosemary McCarney President and CEO Plan Canada
Siemens: Strength in Diversity
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.
Lighter side: Passive aggressive office notes
The state of the kitchen, smelly foods, disappearing office supplies – when coworkers disagree it seems passive aggressive notes are the communication tool of choice.
Lighter side: Your future employees may be made of metal
Wouldn’t it be nice to be able to program employees to perform their daily tasks without any problems? That possibility may be closer than you think.
Catching the purple squirrel
The purple squirrel is the ideal candidate - but how do you find one, and how do you hire them?
Why Facebook encourages staff to ‘break things’
HRM investigates how the social media giant prepares its employees for the unexpected
Adobe bids adieu to performance reviews
HRM talks to Adobe’s HR chief about why and how they ditched performance reviews in favor of ongoing check-ins
Internet giant faces diversity crisis
One of the biggest brands in the world admits it has a diversity problem – and outlines the steps it’s taking to solve it.