Canadian HR Reporter - Weekly

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Starting in January 2018, this page will host a list of back issues of digital editions of Weekly.


July 18, 2018

Revamping recruitment

Too many retail and hospitality candidates are dropping out of the interview process

The perks of telecommuting

Offering flexibility helps with attraction, retention: Survey

 

 


July 11, 2018

Helping those in health care

Toronto hospital recognized for national leadership in workplace mental health

Understanding mental health

Survey shows many people are struggling

 

 


July 4, 2018

Age of analytics

‘Analytics and data are the centrepiece of a digital agenda for HR’: Expert

LTD benefits long after employment

Former employee suffered injury 5 years before submitting claim

 


June 27, 2018

Driving for change

Government provides much-needed funds to better understand challenges of trucking industry

Boosting accessibility

Feds looking to eradicate barriers for people with disabilities

 


June 20, 2018

Promotions without pay

More employers are skipping the boost in compensation: Survey

Coping with chronic conditions

Communicating wellness options appreciated by staff: Survey

 


June 13, 2018

Transforming HR

Changing workplace means changes for the profession, say academics

Fostering a fresh culture

Freshii sees success in people-first strategy

 

 


June 6, 2018

Going smoke-free

With new smoking restrictions, Ontario employers required to refresh signage, policies

Giving pays off

Corporate volunteering programs boost retention

 

 


May 30, 2018

Boosting board diversity

Bill C-25 uses ‘comply-and-explain’ model to put pressure on companies

Taking back the lunch break

3 in 5 workers say managers don’t encourage such breaks: Survey

 

 


May 23, 2018

Clamping down

Government boosts inspections of employers hiring temporary foreign workers

Mental health numbers

Many people aren’t talking to their employers: Survey

 

 


May 16, 2018

OHS and HR grow closer

Blending two areas comes with advantages – and potential pitfalls

Skills training boost in Ontario

Extra funds cover initiatives such as work placements, career counselling, labour market information

 

 


May 9, 2018

The way of the future?

Google for Jobs set to disrupt recruitment

Coping with disabilities

Declining coverage levels could mean more unproductive or absent workers