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Oct 22, 2012 Print Edition:
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Connect programs to bottom line, strategic goals, say experts
But bad behaviour leads to stress, turnover, lowered performance: Survey
Concerns around confidentiality, context on proposed U.S. reporting standard
Favouritism, productivity, harassment among concerns
Few business owners have hired person with disability: Survey; Ontario needs to boost immigration by 135,000: Report; Minimum wage rising in Saskatchewan; Alberta announces temporary pension solvency funding relief; One-fifth of workers depressed: Survey; California employers banned from social media snooping
Justice Canada lawyer committed suicide in July after receiving ‘affected notice’
Employer didn’t take employee’s comment about bringing firearm to work very seriously, but her persistent denials provided just cause for dismissal
Imagination, concept visualization, empathy and human understanding key components
Having a plan allows employers to react quickly, effectively when disputes arise
Managers should be made aware of 5 different categories of reactions
Predictions range from 3.66 per cent to 3.8 per cent for 2013 salaries in province
Market rates, hot skills modifiers and incentives can help
Fit, style, comfort and involving employees in the selection process make a difference
Employers play critical role in managing employee mental health and well-being
There is no general right for employees to be accompanied by a legal or other representative in meetings with employer
Survey results paint picture of abrasive leaders trapped in their fallibility and fearful staff – along with frustrated and helpless HR professionals
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