Managing A Pandemic – HR Checklist

Managing a Pandemic – HR Checklist

  • March 22, 2020

If you’re like most people, the events of the past few days caught you unprepared, ill-equipped, and overwhelmed with the fast-changing reality of a pandemic. One thing is already crystal clear; preparing for a pandemic requires careful consideration and planning.…

Working At Home: The New Normal

Working at Home: The New Normal

  • March 18, 2020
In a COVID-19 world, working from home is the new normal. While the workforce has been begging for flexible work arrangements for years, it has arrived in full force in the space of a week.
3 Great Reasons To Go Off Script In Interviews

3 Great Reasons to Go Off Script in Interviews

  • March 12, 2020

We’ve all done it. The interviews are over, the candidates have all gone home and it's time to make a decision. Who should get the job? Whose life will you change by offering them the golden ticket to come and…

COVID-19 In The Workplace

COVID-19 in the workplace

  • March 5, 2020

COVID-19, more commonly known as the Coronavirus, is an influenza that has many employers wondering what they can and need to do to support their teams and provide a safe and healthy work environment. According to the Public Health Agency…

How To Tame A Bully

How To Tame A Bully

Pink Shirt Day is February 26th, so it’s the perfect time to look at bullying in the workplace and how to prevent it. Workplace bullying is an epidemic—28 percent of employees have felt bullied at work, and 19 percent have…

The Secret To Addressing Unspoken Expectations At Work

The Secret to Addressing Unspoken Expectations at Work

  • February 5, 2020

Many of the discussions I have with employers are about how to manage the performance of their employees. The complaints are often that employees aren’t doing what they are supposed to be doing, that the employee is making poor choices…

How To Spot The Signs: Mental Illness At Work

How to Spot the Signs: Mental Illness at Work

  • January 29, 2020

January 29th marked the annual Bell “Let’s Talk” Day – a day aimed at encouraging conversation to end the stigma surrounding mental illness. "Changes in work habits are chalked up to poor performance, when the root cause is actually a…

Top Tips For Effective Communication At Work

Top Tips for Effective Communication at Work

  • January 23, 2020

Regardless of where you work, it’s inevitable that you will encounter difficult people on the job. Whether it’s an employee with a bad attitude, a challenging co-worker, or a demanding boss, the odds are good that at some point, you’ll…

Why You Should Be Honest On Your Resume

Why You Should Be Honest On Your Resume

  • January 16, 2020

We have all been on the job hunt at one point or another. Frankly, it’s usually not much fun. Between hours spent browsing job ads and submitting applications and the nervous anticipation of waiting for that phone call, trying to…