Canadian HR Reporter's special reports provide an expert-collated resource for the industry when looking for best-in-class partners and the most revered service providers.
The Special Reports also provide an opportunity to honor the top companies and individuals in the industry for their hard work and commitment to innovation. This year, Canadian HR Reporter will produce a comprehensive portfolio of special reports covering a plethora of topics and agendas that are top of mind for professionals and most pertinent to the industry.
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Celebrating the 11 winners of the 2023 CHRR 5-Star Rewards & Recognition awards, companies leading the way in motivating their teams
Celebrating the outstanding organizations and professionals in the human resources industry in Asia-Pacific, North America, and the UK
This year’s winners have developed employees’ skills needed to cope with change and excel in new areas of work
The winning organizations are delivering valuable benefits that employees truly want and need
Celebrating tech providers who offer tools that boost the efficiency of talent acquisition and management
Whether it’s employee retention, a fully remote workplace or the future of work, innovation is essential to an organization’s success
Amidst the Great Resignation and the rise of hybrid work, it’s all about connecting and appreciating employees
Canadian companies offer a variety of D&I initiatives toward more respectful behaviour in the workplace
Canadian HR Reporter celebrates the organizations that have shown greater appreciation to their employees during the pandemic
CHRR celebrates the best legal professionals who are ensuring fair application of pandemic-related policies in the changing workplace
This year’s winners have continuously improved their L&D infrastructures to support a variety of learning experiences
Even before the pandemic, many Canadian employers had outstanding HR offerings such as employee recognition, diversity initiatives and career development — but these 35 organizations truly stood out as the Best Places to Work