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The Secrets of the Companies Where People Want to Work

Foosball tables, espresso machines, and upscale snacks have little to do with how satisfied your employees are. Two experts tell us what really makes the difference when it comes to workplace happiness.


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Reform of the pension plan: employers are worried

The reform of the Canada Pension Plan will come into force on January 1, 2019, and the country’s businesses are already worried... But not to the point of starting to take measures.


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How to Recognize When an Employee is About to Quit

No more motivation, frequently calling in sick, unusually well-dressed: an employer can detect the signs of an employee who is about to resign if only they pay attention. It is better to recognize these signs before an employee quits.


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Sought After Human Qualities

After muscles and the brain, it would seem qualities of the heart are more and more sought after by employers, and not only for occupations requiring empathy, such as nursing. We are moving towards a human economy, according to an article in the Harvard Business Review.


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What Older Workers Can Bring To Your Organization

Enough about millennials! There are many advantages to having older workers and, in turn, more experience in one’s organization. An HR manager and organizational consultant talks about the strengths of employing older workers.


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How To Prevent Divisions At Work?

It’s a scene all too familiar in work cafeterias: Portuguese, Asian, Quebecers… Everyone sitting at their own tables. Women together, men also... How to prevent such fragmentations and promote greater diversity in the workplace?


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What About The 6-Hour Day?

In Sweden, companies have decided to reduce the day from 8 hours to 6 hours, while keeping employees at the same salary, hoping to reduce sick leave and increase productivity. It is a success in Sweden, but is it realistic in Quebec?


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Recruiters, Don’t Overstretch The Hiring Process!

Too many companies forget this when trying to find that rare gem: if you don’t want a perfect candidate to slip away, it’s important not to overstretch the hiring process. A week after an interview, give them a sign of life!  


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Could You Identify An Engaged Employee?

Engaged employees are not always the fastest or the most productive. They are also the ones who will take the time to help integrate new employees, work in teams and stay after hours to help solve a problem. Know how identify them and give them their rightful place.


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Overqualification and job satisfaction: the study

Overqualified employees are less satisfied with their work and more likely to look elsewhere, according to a study from Statistics Canada. 


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What Motivates MBA Graduates

They are qualified, they are secure and above all, they are in demand. MBA holders do not have the same motivations, and attracting them to your business means you better get to know them.  


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HR: Professionals Full of Confidence

A new US study found that young professionals working in HR are particularly confident in their jobs. HR: a profession of the future? Here are the study’s highlights.


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