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Building A Culture Of Authenticity

Building A Culture of Authenticity

  • October 9, 2019

In generations past, there were clear expectations around appropriate work conduct. Work lives and personal lives were kept separate, and there a high level of conformity and formality was the norm. We’ve come a long ways since the days of…

Tips For A Painless Return To Work

Tips for a Painless Return to Work

  • October 3, 2019

Whether it’s from a leave of absence for professional development, coming back after parental leave, or returning after an illness, welcoming a team member back to work after extended time away doesn’t always go smoothly. Getting back into the swing…

When Is It Time To Bring In An HR Expert?

When is it Time to Bring in an HR Expert?

  • September 25, 2019

We’ll admit upfront that we’re a little biased: we’re strong believers in the benefits HR can bring to any business. As HR consultants, we get to witness first-hand how solid HR practices have a hugely positive impact on organizations of…

Election Season SOS – Navigating Policies At Work

Election Season SOS – Navigating Policies at Work

  • September 4, 2019

These days, everyone seems to have a strong opinion on something political. And with the Canadian federal election fast approaching in October, water cooler conversations might be starting to take on a political tone. With stakes high, there might be…

Emerging Trends In Employee Leaves

Emerging Trends in Employee Leaves

  • August 8, 2019

Bill 8 was enacted May 30th, 2019 through BC’s Parliament and some of the most significant changes in BC’s Employment Standards relate to the introduction of new statutory leave requirements for critical illness or injury leave and leave respecting domestic…

Clarifying Competencies 101

Clarifying Competencies 101

  • July 31, 2019

Chances are good that you’ve heard the term “competency” tossed around in the context of job descriptions and performance reviews. But if you aren’t exactly sure what a competency is, how to define a competency, and what competencies look like…

Why You Should Care About Employee Happiness

Why You Should Care About Employee Happiness

  • July 17, 2019

Happiness and work – What does one have to do with the other? Though it would certainly be nice if everyone was happy to come to work, for many organizations, the idea that everyone can be happy at work seems…

Highlighting The Career Path For New Hires

Highlighting the Career Path for New Hires

  • June 20, 2019

Painting a picture of the future with your organization can be a delicate balance with a new hire. We know that new employees are more likely to be engaged, productive and happy if there are opportunities to learn and grow…

The Bullying And Harassment Aftermath – Workplace Restoration

The Bullying and Harassment Aftermath – Workplace Restoration

  • June 13, 2019

After a bullying or harassment incident in your workplace, morale and relationships usually need some attention. The employees involved in the incident are likely to feel vulnerable or uncomfortable with each other.  The tension has often spread to other members…

Why Saying Thank You Isn’t Enough

Why Saying Thank You Isn’t Enough

  • April 24, 2019

As very polite Canadians, we say “thank you” a lot and as a result, it often flies right past us and we don’t even hear it and we certainly don’t feel it in our hearts. This is no different in…

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