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Read This Before Offering A Management Position To A ‘Talent’

We tend to believe that any ambitious and talented person must eventually become a manager. However, this is not always the best use of this talent for a company. Some elements to reflect on about talent management policies.  


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Employees expect better from their company and their country this year

Randstad Canada publishes its Workmonitor survey four times a year on employee expectations and mobility. For 2016, the most recent survey reveals a certain optimism by employees.


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Rehired by a former employer: professionals somewhat reluctant

Companies are often more interested in boomerang employees. There are many performance benefits when they return. However, former employees have very little motivation to return to a former employer. This is what a survey found, conducted among 300 HR managers and 400 office employees across Canada by Accountemps, a Robert Half company that specializes in recruitment in accounting and finance.


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Employee benefits, what’s the best way to manage them?

Employers often are unaware of how to make sure employee benefits and payroll are in compliance, according to the Canadian Payroll Association (CPA). As a result, they put into practice reward and recognition policies that are non-compliant...


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The 4th Industrial Revolution: what are the consequences to global employment?

The new technologies are not all good. A recent study published by the World Economic Forum shows that the development of connected objects could lead to the elimination of close to 5 million jobs in the next five years.


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Employee benefits: too costly for employers

Conducted by the Conference Board of Canada among 2,178 human resources managers of medium and large organizations across the company, a survey on employee benefit programs has resulted in a comparative study of employee benefits in 2015. It reveals in particular that the high cost of benefits paid to employees is leading organizations to rethink their health offering.


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Do Your Employees Threaten Your Company’s Security?

Viruses, phishing, data theft... The threats to your business are many, and not as far removed as you think. Here are five (unintentional) employee attitudes that threaten the confidentiality, availability and integrity of your data.


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The 8 main reasons why your employees are leaving

According to Dr. Travis Bradberry, organizational psychologist in the U.S., when employees resign, it is not their job they are leaving, but their bosses. Here are the 8 main reasons why your employees are leaving and some tips to help avoid it.


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Is HR Disconnected From It’s Employees?

At least, that is the rather striking conclusion of an extensive global survey executed by ADP Research Institute on human capital management in the world.


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What is continuous recruitment?

To overcome high corporate turnover rates and attract top talent, recruiters must continually be on the lookout. Tips and advice for constantly fueling your pool of talent.


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3 keys to a strategy for employee wellness

Since the workplace psychological health and safety standard was created in January 2013, more and more companies are putting in place a genuine strategy to preserve their employees’ mental health. In accordance with the federal standard, several actions can by undertaken.   


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Emotional Intelligence: A Performance Indicator?

A term for having the ability and empathy to easily interpret the emotions of others, emotional intelligence is a great tool for recruiters in determining an employee’s future performance. A rundown of its limits and perspectives.


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