Quebecers have a greater taste for business than in any other developed economy. 19.1% of them plan to go into business, higher than in the rest of Canada, in the United States or in any other of the G8 countries.
According to a survey of the Association of Certified Human Resources Professionals, at least a third of employees have not had a job performance evaluation in the past year. Of these, 38% would like to have one. Here are some good practices for performance evaluations.
Managing all employees in the same way can satisfy equal treatment policies in the workplace. Yet, that does nothing for employee’s well-being or performance. The solution? Adopting an individualized leadership rapport to contribute to organizational success and the retention of workers.
Stereotypes sometimes die hard. But now there is a study that could sweep away clichés about SMEs. Indeed, a survey by the Canadian Federation of Independent Business (CFIB) has found that SMEs offer quite respectable working conditions to their employees.
You spend hours flipping through resumes, interviewing countless candidates and training them once the final choice is made... It can be a long and expensive process, especially if the candidate is quickly let go or leaves shortly after being hired. But what are the true costs of bad recruitments, and how are they calculated?
Asking auntie Suzie if she would like to take care of your business’ accountability or giving work to your brother in need can be tempting. However, while integrating family members into your company contains its advantages, it is also source of pitfalls.
Where do we stand with regard to global gender equality? The ninth edition of The Global Gender Gap Report, produced by the World Economic Forum, shows that while there has been a marked improvement in the areas of health and education, economic and political participation are lagging behind.