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January 16, 2020

Mental Health in the Workplace

Over the last 30 years, one of the most important changes we’ve seen transpire for workplaces across Canada is the experience of mental health – from...
January 14, 2020

Managing a Flexible Workforce

“Work is something you do, not someplace you travel to.” – Anonymous This concept is common place in today’s world of mobility and flexible work arrangements....
December 19, 2019

Interview Guide – Administrative Support

Every organization relies on administrative and organizational talent — office professionals with superior communication skills, who can meet deadlines and keep priorities moving forward. Zero in...
November 7, 2019

An Employers Guide to a Flexible Workforce

We’ll admit, it took our company a while to come around to the notion of “work from home”. We assumed that on-site work would far surpass...
September 5, 2019

Managing Time Off for Religious Holidays

In this 5 minute video, we’ve highlighted ways that private sector employers can accommodate requests for religious holidays.
July 8, 2019

A Practical Guide to Dress Code Etiquette

Dressing for Professional Success How employees dress for work is among our clients’ hot topics. Rarely is the discussion about work attire being too formal, it’s...
July 3, 2019

The Curse of the Counter Offer

Advice for employers seeking to prevent the demise of their employment offers. Counteroffers are on the rise. We experienced this first hand: our firm matched exceptional...
June 25, 2019

Gender Diversity in the Workplace

Employers across Canada have the requirement to take steps to be inclusive, considerate and accommodating to those who identify as transgender or non-binary. Important tips and...
April 8, 2019

The 5 Most Revealing Approaches to Reference Checks

Reference checks are an effective means of painting a more complete picture of a candidate you’re considering for a role. Not only do checks help you...