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Dec 3, 2012 Print Edition:
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Absenteeism, stress rising: Study
Needs to move beyond reactive to predictive, prescriptive: Report
Boosts partnership with Saskatchewan Abilities Council
MP pension reform; SAS, Google among best workplaces
Leads to erosion of skills, people performing and producing at ‘sub-optimal levels’
Plain language meaning will likely prevail in court, regardless of intentions
Whistleblower’s allegations not treated fairly by integrity commissioner
Human Resource Leaders an association ‘without borders’
Anonymity of perpetrators, large audiences, lack of safe haven heighten impact
Mix of elements on employee survey must be just right for true answers
Spirit of legislation noble, but lots of red tape
Year-end reporting requirements include new compliance measures
Commitment, team-building events, awards, brochure make for memorable occasion
A look at divorce law in Ontario and how HR might have to get involved
Only a handful of fathers take leave – except in Quebec, where something extraordinary is happening
HR needs to capture knowledge before it walks out the door for last time
New HRPA members will be required to attest to character when joining
Strive for 'emotionally engaged' employees – connect them to their work
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