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COVID-19 Resources

COVID-19 Resources for Employers

Tools, articles, and resources to help employers navigate in these challenging times.

01Sep 21

Going back to school in a pandemic

If you live in BC, you’re among thousands of parents absorbing the news about the coming school year. Within the next couple of weeks, kids will be back in the…

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03Jun 21

Returning to What Exactly?

As provinces across the country prepare for the grand “restart”, many are considering how to return employees to the workplace. Of course, some workplaces have had employees onsite every day…

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22Apr 21

What a year of WFH has taught us

After navigating the “work from home” reality for more than a year now, you would think that employees would be chomping at the bit to return to the days of…

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16Dec 20

HR Trends for 2021

With 2020 nearing and end there’s no denying that this year has been like no other in our lifetime. This was the ‘year of the pivot’ where we all had to change how we deliver and think about HR.
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25Nov 20

Leading through the Second Wave of the Pandemic

Since the first COVID-19 lockdown in the Spring, organizations have had to adapt at lightning speed and adjust the way they do business. One of the difficult things about the pandemic is that just when you start to hit your stride, the situation changes.
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Previous Webinars

May 26, 2020: Navigating the new workplace as a non-profit organization

May 14, 2020: The New Workplace: You’re Living In It! Managing employee well-being

May 12, 2020: It’s Time: What to consider when bringing employees back to work

May 05, 2020: Bring your employees back to work: Understanding Federal Support Programs

March 26, 2020: A Virtual Town Hall – In Partnership with Roper Greyell LLP

Health Related Resources

While there is much media coverage of the COVID-19 virus it is important to be sure the information is reputable and up to date. Here are 6 sites that will keep you informed:

Mortgage and financial relief:

Canadian banks and lending institutions released statements that they would offer mortgage and financial relief in the form of deferred mortgage payments. Decisions on qualification appear to be made on a case-by-case basis, and the details of each plan changes from day to day so it would be best to check in with lenders directly.

Resources for parents working from home:

This information is provided courtesy of Jessica Carmichael, M.Sc, Pre-Doctoral Psychology Resident, Victoria and Saanich Child and Youth Mental Health

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