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CANADIAN WORKPLACE
Apr 29, 2016
Losses somewhat offset by gains in retail sales, public sector
Apr 29, 2016
But sector on track to return to profitability in 2017
Apr 28, 2016
Staff paid only when gear is in the field
Apr 28, 2016
Newfoundland and Labrador closing 54 libraries
Apr 27, 2016
'I'm personally asking for your help': General manager
Apr 26, 2016
Emergence of new firms promising, but sluggish in Canada
NEWS FROM THE
GLOBAL WORKPLACE
Apr 29, 2016
But market still struggling to generate strong wage growth
Apr 28, 2016
CEO Darren Huston 'acted contrary to code of conduct': Investigation
Apr 26, 2016
Women taking courses at Asian University for Women
Apr 26, 2016
Company to cut 12,000 jobs, or 11 per cent of workforce
Apr 25, 2016
Workforce has been reduced by one-third since 2014
Apr 22, 2016
Players, teams getting as much information on virus as possible
Current Issue
Even pro-diversity employers appear to discriminate: Report
To improve productivity, employers should focus on presenteeism
Policy, procedure key to compliance, lower costs
Next Issue: May 2, 2016

MOL to hold public consultations this fall

HR Manager's Guide to Succession Planning + USB

By: Brian Kreissl, LL.M., CHRL, Yaseen Hemeda, MHRM, CHRL

HR Manager's Guide to Succession Planning provides comprehensive information on the theory and practice of succession planning. This book examines succession planning from a holistic perspective by considering not only the actual succession planning process itself, but also the important program planning, preparation and implementation work that must be completed in order to ensure that succession planning is aligned with other aspects of the organization's talent management strategies and programs, as well as its overall organizational strategy and its vision, mission and values. Accompanying the book is a USB key with several sample forms, worksheets and policies to help facilitate succession planning – particularly in small to mid-sized organizations. These helpful tools and templates are designed to be modified and used by readers in their own organizations. While this book would apply to succession planning in any jurisdiction and would more or less be applicable in a global context, another unique feature is the discussion of Canadian legal compliance issues relating to succession management. The book will appeal to HR practitioners (particularly at the intermediate and senior levels), executives, board members, management consultants, students in human resources programs and lawyers.

Why should your organization make gender diversity a strategic priority? Canadian HR Reporter sat down with leaders from Avanade Canada and Aspire at an International Women's Day event hosted by Avanade in Toronto to find out.
Learn how to effectively manage conflict and strengthen the relationships and culture of your organization’s workplace
Date: May 10, 2016
Time: 12 - 1 pm ET
Cost: 69.00

Understand the relationship and responsibilities of HR and payroll to make the termination process as smooth and low-risk as possible
Date: May 17, 2016
Time: 12 - 1 pm ET
Cost: 69.00
The off-duty conduct of employees is a hot issue for employers right now. Here’s what your organization can do to protect itself

New whitepaper offers solutions to tackle decades-long issue
Employers should know the facts before responding to requests
Expanded regulatory requirements are almost inevitable, but are really just a small part of solution
Employers can help safeguard employees’ mental health and wellbeing
Courts disagree on the liability when a fixed-term contract’s termination provision is deemed too ambiguous
Is it possible there could be a correlation between inept managers and dishonest employees?
It could have been avoided had its remuneration committee remembered what long-term incentive plans are for