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Shopify shops for talent in mass hiring in Vancouver

The tech firm's ambitious plans to hire 1,000 workers serves as a reminder about the challenges — and best practices — when it comes to high-volume hires

Shopify shops for talent in mass hiring in Vancouver

People profile: CPO Keri Fraser

Having worked at Colliers International for 10 years, Keri Fraser saw a lot of growth, going from a company of 3,000 to 7,000 employees and an HR department of four growing to 90. But in 2019, she joined the 1,400-employee Westland Insurance Group in Surrey, B.C. as chief people officer

People profile: CPO Keri Fraser

Building culture through the employee voice

With employee activism trending and the workforce showing a strong desire for their opinions to be heard, employers need to step up. But they must be prepared to act on the feedback, says Vanessa Brangwyn of Achievers

Building culture through the employee voice

Canadians feeling ‘unprecedented levels’ of anxiety: report

Top 3 concerns during pandemic? Finances, health, family

Canadians feeling ‘unprecedented levels’ of anxiety: report

800,000 food service workers cut due to COVID-19: survey

Four in five restaurants have laid off employees since March 1

800,000 food service workers cut due to COVID-19: survey

Half of small employers in U.S. can’t afford payroll for month of lockdown

One-half of workers say jobs can’t be done remotely

Half of small employers in U.S. can’t afford payroll for month of lockdown