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Prevent Bullying: Promote A Culture Of Respect

Prevent Bullying: Promote a Culture of Respect

February 22nd marks Pink Shirt Day, a day aimed at raising awareness and ending bullying. There’s been a spotlight on bullying in the workplace since the introduction of Bill 14, and Pink Shirt Day presents another opportune moment to focus…

Simple Strategies For A Family Friendly Workplace

Simple Strategies for a Family Friendly Workplace

With Family Day right around the corner, we are all looking forward to spending some quality time with our families. With family in mind, there is no better time for employers to consider the importance and benefits of incorporating family…

Communication: The Importance Of Context

Communication: The Importance of Context

A day doesn’t go by when you aren’t constantly communicating. Whether it’s a coffee room conversation about your weekend, a quick update email to your team about a change in process, or a Facebook status update celebrating the arrival of…

Understanding BC’s Human Rights Code

Understanding BC’s Human Rights Code

Have you heard about the upcoming changes to BC’s Human Rights Code? Last week, the BC Liberals announced that they'll be introducing new legislation before the end of the month—the amendment adds language explicitly preventing discrimination against someone because of…

4 Secrets For Defusing Workplace Drama

4 Secrets for Defusing Workplace Drama

Every workplace has some degree of office politics to navigate. Even small, super-cohesive teams have minor drama come up every now and then. And it can have pretty negative effects—letting workplace drama fester creates a toxic environment, raises levels of…

Managing A Move: Help Employees Deal With Change

Managing A Move: Help Employees Deal With Change

It’s a fact—change is inevitable. Constant change has become the norm for most organizations, and the ability to adapt and respond quickly has become essential to success. Whether it’s expansion, downsizing, or a desire to be closer to customers, many…

Putting Humour To Work

Putting Humour to Work

It’s April Fool’s Day tomorrow, and as office pranksters prepare for the big day, it’s an ideal time to address the role humour plays at work. Humour in the office can be a touchy subject. After all, if we were…

Celebrating Diversity Successfully

Celebrating Diversity Successfully

We all know that the strongest teams are made up of individuals with a range of skills, experiences, and perspectives to draw from. And with many businesses operating internationally, finding and engaging a culturally diverse workforce is an important competitive…

The Productivity Diet – You Are What You Eat

The Productivity Diet – You Are What You Eat

Though the winter chill in the air and dark days always make it more difficult keep up with healthy habits, spring has arrived, and March is Nutrition Month. The return of warmer weather is an ideal time to ditch the…

Is Your Dress Code Breaking The Law?

Is Your Dress Code Breaking The Law?

This week marked International Women’s Day, and also saw the Ontario Human Rights Commission call for an end to sexualized dress codes that discriminate against female and transgender employees. The proposed changes? Dress codes can’t reinforce sexist stereotypes, and any…

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