Just hired a millennial? Good luck! They’re intriguing and mystifying creatures, impossible to understand or decode like extraterrestrial lifeforms. You’ve recognized their talent and decided to add one to your squad (as they would say) – but you’ll need to onboard them the millennial way, with the welcome basket for millennials. Here’s what’s inside the basket: Read More
On this Halloween, don’t be the office trick – be a treat.
As the creepiest day of the year creeps upon us, our new grads and newcomers need to know the Halloween do’s and don’ts, because office Halloween parties can be scary. If you’re new to corporate Halloween etiquette, these are some do’s and don’ts you need to remember this October to survive: Read More
Its historic recreational decriminalization has induced stress upon lawmakers responsible for considering every unintended consequence of the historic legislation. Provincial governments and municipal administrations have enacted their respective bylaws, outlining various regulations designed to protect citizens from the unintended consequences of cannabis consumption. From apartment leases to impaired driving, civic facilities and public parks to youth advertising, employee conduct policies and youth protection, the legalization of recreational cannabis has its consequences. Read More
I graduated in business management from Ryerson’s Ted Rogers School of Management and engaged in a lot of extra-curricular activities through student-run organizations. I was involved with the Ryerson University Finance Society (RUFS) and the Human Resources Student Association (HRSA), serving as HRSA President in my last year. You also may have seen me playing basketball on campus at Kerr Hall or lifeguarding at one of the City of Toronto pools. Read More
In recognition of Toss Away the “Could Haves” and “Should Haves” Day, here are common career regrets and how to avoid them by finding balance: Read More
The annual competition’s third year generated over 65,000 votes – more than double the ballots from the previous year – cast by close to 3,000 HR professionals across Canada. Read More
It’s a time to promote and advance inclusion and accessibility for all.
Approximately one year ago, Honourable Carla Qualtrough declared the week starting on the last Monday of May as the time to recognize the potential that Canada’s diversity holds.
“As Canada’s first Minister responsible for Persons with Disabilities, I believe that our country’s diversity is our strength – and when we include people with disabilities, we create a stronger Canada for everyone.” Read More