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From the pages of HR Reporter
Nov 19, 2012 Print Edition:
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Criminal ruling could have implications in civil context
But length of unemployment can provide ‘valuable information’ for employers
Enhanced public register, good character requirement among changes
New whistleblower act; Ontario pension deals
Transparency, showing vulnerability can help boost trust, confidence
Concerns with worker’s attitude, performance dated back to start of employment
3 companies that rose in rankings tout people-focused initiatives
Rebranding, creating 10-year strategy among George Brown College’s initiatives
Culture, compensation, succession planning, engagement and productivity are some of the top concerns for 5 HR professionals we talked to across the country
Most leaders are extroverts, but introverts have plenty to offer
No easy answer when it comes to transportability of designations
2 studies look at employee satisfaction levels, benefits of return-to-work co-ordination
Hiring managers’ bias against unemployed workers shrinks talent pool
Can pay for performance be meaningful when there aren’t enough dollars for real differentiation?
Voluntary pooled pension plans no longer coming into force in January
Pension de-risking strategy can temper issues around unpredictable life expectancies, volatile investment returns and changing accounting rules
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