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Is the Best Person for the Job Already on Your Payroll?

If you’re having trouble finding the right person to fill a job in your organization, maybe you missed an obvious choice. Perhaps that ideal candidate is already working in your organization. That’s why you might want to consider internal recruitment as a way to hire your best employees. Internal recruitment is certainly not new, but in the rush to hire new blood from the outside it is a vehicle that many companies overlook during the recruitment process.



More Important than Ever: Employee Communications
Communications with our employees have never been more important or complex - especially with an increasingly remote workforce.


Diverse Senior Leadership Key to Engagement and Retention
Marketing organizations and departments with well-diversified senior leadership teams are less likely to experience the Great Resignation.


Marginalized Canadians & Wellbeing
Marginalized Canadians derive a high sense of wellbeing from work, even though many feel they don't belong in these spaces.





    

New National Indigenous Economic Strategy is an Economic Stimulus for Canada

New National Indigenous Economic Strategy is an Economic Stimulus for Canada

Fed. Gov’t. Invests to Make Communities and Workplaces Barrier-Free for Persons with Disabilities

Black Professionals in Tech Network Inc. and TD help create New Pathways in Tech Hiring and Recruiting



 

    News

AB: May Labour Force Survey

SK: More People Working in Saskatchewan Than Ever Before

NS: New Program to Help Attract and Retain Young Skilled Workers

NS: Average Income in the Maritimes Trails Behind the Rest of Canada

NF: Unlocking Potential: Launch of Foreign Qualification Recognition Consultations

This Month
viewpoints
Is it Really an Emergency?
I don’t know about you, but I’m getting more than a little tired about everything at work becoming an emergency situation.

features
Is the Best Person for the Job Already on Your Payroll?
If you’re having trouble finding the right person to fill a job in your organization, maybe you missed an obvious choice.
More Important than Ever: Employee Communications
Communications with our employees have never been more important nor ever as complex.


law
Slapping a Woman’s Buttocks Was Not Wilful Misconduct, Court Rules
A male manager’s action occurred “in the heat of the moment,” a court ruled.
Termination Upheld of Health Authority Employee Who Refused to Be Vaccinated
The employer had “compelling operational reasons” for terminating an employee who violated the mandatory vaccine policy.
Alberta Awards Highest General Damages Amount for Discrimination
The Human Rights Tribunal gave a woman $50,000 for experiencing sexual harassment.

strategies
Diverse Senior Leadership Key to Engagement and Retention
Diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives provide clear benefits, but marketing profession still lacks representation at the senior leadership level
U.S. and Canadian Workers Report Highest Engagement Levels and Best Job Climate in the World, Despite Higher Stress Levels for Women
The pandemic years have been marked by a global stagnation in engagement; however, the U.S. and Canada region remains the most engaged in the world.

Shop Talk
Marginalized Canadians Derive a Higher Sense of Wellbeing from Work
Marginalized Canadians derive a high sense of wellbeing from work, even though many feel they don't belong in these spaces.



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