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Jun 4, 2012 Print Edition:
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6 key goals, 100 recommendations make up mental health strategy from MHCC
319,000 workers needed by 2020: Report
Federal government, Apple, Google most popular employers
Anti-bullying legislation tabled in B.C. | Westjet named ‘most attractive’ employer | Labour blasts changes to temporary foreign worker program | Youth unemployment remains high: ILO | 1 in 10 lie on resumé: U.S. survey | Lingerie employee fired for being ‘too hot’
Soft skills critical as collaboration, partnerships replace negotiation, collective bargaining
Employee felt he could move wherever he wanted, didn’t initially tell employer he’d left
Undemanding workload can lead to lost concentration, mistakes, turnover
Leadership support, communication, consultation among key elements identified by federal human rights commission to encourage respect, equality in workplace
Campus recruitment awards honour 5 employers that successfully attract students, recent graduates
Could use of penalties – such as higher premiums – in U.S. migrate to Canada?
Male employees more interested in wellness than you might think
Readiness, an open mind and flexibility should lead to best candidates for the job
Start with the conclusion and don’t forget to be clear, compelling and engaging
Social media can create transparent culture for employees to connect with organization, be recognized
Former Globe and Mail reporter Jan Wong’s saga of depression contains valuable lessons for employers
CHRP could use fine-tuning to prepare practitioners for senior roles
Everybody does it (and we don’t mean bribery)
More firms going global but plenty of room for improvement in HR technology, processes
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