The corporate clock This morning, while opening the door to your office you realized that it has been ten years (already!) since you came through it for the first time. You’ve just realized how time flies, as if suddenly a voice inside whispered to you: “Help, I’ve become part of the furniture.”
Admit it!You didn’t see that one coming did you? Since you have at last finalized the salary equity program, and your salary scale has been minutely studied, “benchmarked” and revised with your financial advisors, you think that things will be peaceful for some time. But lo and behold, this morning one of your colleagues came to ask you for a salary review, basically: They want a raise!
The guide to the “6 best employers in Québec” makes its appearance on library shelves! In fact, the 2006 edition of the annual guide to the “100 best employers in Canada” will soon be published and features merely six employers from the province – the 2nd largest economy in the country ...
Labour represents a key success factor for many companies, because product or service quality often depends on it. Unfortunately, variations in demand and the uncertainty inherent to long-term forecasting make it difficult for companies to maintain the right number of employees. The following will describe, in five easy stages, how to proceed to properly plan one's human resource requirements.