Gilles Chamberland, an expert on training issues and teaching methods and head of consulting firm Chamberland Services-Conseils, dispenses training for Ordre des conseillers en ressources humaines agréés (CRHA) on the theme of designing captivating and effective training activities.
“We want to go beyond the limits of the organization, individuals and borders,” Florent Francoeur, P
Every year, the World Human Resources Congress is a big event for HR specialists all over the world. The 2010 edition has taken place in Montreal September 27 to 29. Florent Francoeur, President and CEO of the Ordre, which is organizing the event, presents the main trends.
Although they are taking on a growing role in hiring, social networking sites are not yet a panacea. Ben Yoskovitz, cofounder of job portal Standout Jobs observes: : “They are good tools, but like any tool, they need to be used effectively.”
Johanne Berry, founder of recruiting firm Tele-Ressources Staffing Resources Ltd. Johanne Berry founded Tele-Ressources in 1985. At the time, the staffing firms industry was in its infancy. How has this market changed over the past 25 years?
“It was a particularly exciting year,” Gabriel Bouchard, President of Workopolis Despite the consequences of the economic crisis, Quebec, Saskatchewan and Nova Scotia succeeded in creating jobs over the past year. What does 2010 hold in store in this regard? Workopolis President Gabriel Bouchard takes stock of the situation.
How should organizations be reacting to H1N1 flu? What is the role of human resources in this problem? Lisa Bull, Manager, Training and Communications, LifeWorks at human resources consulting firm Ceridian Canada, shares with us her take and recommendations on these issues.
Launched on April 30, the new version of Working.com is easier to use and more interactive. On this occasion, we interviewed Brenda Dumont, national retail recruitment specialist, for more specifics and her point of view.