Communicating to engage and retain
Improving company culture is one of the best ways to boost engagement and retention, but it can’t be a top-down approach. HRM learns how Air Canada did it.
Poor people management biggest blight of leaders
A survey has found that nearly half of respondents perceive poor people management as the biggest shortcoming of leadership
Building brand “you”: Why personal brands matter
It may seem like shallow window-dressing to some, but a personal brand can be a key point of differentiation for you as an HR professional.
HR careers: Plugging the hole in your CV
Climbing the career ladder can be tricky if you find yourself short on desired experience. HRM looks at what companies want to see on your CV and how you can get it.
HR leadership lessons from bad bosses
Even terrible leaders have lessons in what not to do that could help shape your leadership style.
Janine Szczepanowski | HRM CA Hotlist 2014
Janine Szczepanowski, Vice-President, Leadership and Development, ELLISDON
Paul Gardner | HRM CA Hotlist 2014
Paul Gardner, Senior Vice-President, Human Resources, SUNCOR ENERGY
Managing change and maintaining morale
What can HR do to make sure organizational change doesn't destroy your employee engagement and morale?
Five ways to manage change at the office
Changes at work can be an engagement killer, but with some planning and insight you can make sure staff understand and support the developments
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?