Digging into HR in the mining industry
From major industry changes to attracting employees to remote locations, mining is one of Canada’s biggest and most fast-paced industries. What is it really like working in the HR department of a mining company?
Should unpaid internships end? HR industry seems to agree
Despite the prevalence of unpaid internships, many HR professionals seem to agree the trend has gone too far.
Paul Boniferro | HRM CA Hotlist 2014
Paul Boniferro, National Leader, Practices and People, MCCARTHY TÉTRAULT LLP
Lindsay Whillans | HRM CA Hotlist 2014
Lindsay Whillans, Vice-President, Human Resources, CANADA GOOSE
Is cultural incompetence holding you back?
Improving diversity is a worthy goal for many organizations, but some HR leaders discover that a more diverse workforce means more misunderstandings and miscommunication.
Could you avoid labour disputes entirely?
What if your organization could focus on dispute avoidance, instead of dispute resolutions?
Domestic violence: Why HR should care
Private problems often cross into the workplace, so HR should be concerned about employees experiencing domestic violence beyond feeling empathy.
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.
CHRP designation gains credibility
The business world is starting to recognize that their HR team isn’t just about people skills and processing requests, and the national certification is gaining respect at all levels.
The new HR: do the executives really know your worth?
Do managers and executives only think of HR when they need a form or to check a process? Prove your value as a strategic partner and adviser