Coping with change

Whether it’s automation, multiple generations, globalization or the “Trump effect,” today’s workplaces are facing plenty of challenges. We talked to five HR leaders from across the country to find out how they’re dealing with the change.
By Sarah Dobson
|Canadian HR Reporter|Last Updated: 06/12/2017

Ken Johnston | senior vice-president, CHRO at Purolator

The Mississauga, Ont.-based company has 11,000 employees in Canada

When it comes to major changes facing Purolator, Ken Johnston, senior vice-president and CHRO, easily lists three: globalization, automation and the gig economy.