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Aug 11, 2014 Print Edition:
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Surfing the Web could improve employees’ concentration and productivity, finds study
Counter to widely held projections, job stability hits all-time high: CIBC
Is HCM actually a more ‘people-centric’ management strategy?
Alignment begins with member consensus
SHRM splits from HRCI, launches 2 new HR designations
Building leadership capacity top priority for HR
Employees never appreciate their benefits until they need them
Employee went on stress leave after vacation request denied
A generous new chapter; That's one way to hide the evidence; Just hold it awhile; Don't even think about dozing off; Anchors away
Canada is a ‘wonderful’ brand that can be leveraged by organizations competing on a global stage – a realm where too many homegrown firms are failing
Employers could see significant cost savings by getting employees out of their chairs
Gamification can drive productivity, help alleviate tedium of boring jobs
Traditional education models don’t necessarily fit busy schedules
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