What makes a good team culture? Certainly collaboration, community and support are at the top of the list. But as the pandemic took hold across Canada and organizations redefined the ways they worked, it became clear that underlying all the elements of a successful workplace culture was communication. And with the necessary changes to the way we communicated — spurred on by health & safety precautions — it may have seemed like our sense of community was fading.
Is your company returning to the office soon? Here’s what employers need to know about moving your workforce back to the office and how to make the transition as safe and productive as possible.
Find out what employees are looking for in an employer in 2021 with the insider information in our latest blog post!
Employee mental health should be a priority for all employers during the pandemic. To reduce burnout and stress among your workforce, follow the steps in this guide.
Find out how our updated 2021 Salary Guide helps employers across Canada make informed decisions about hiring, retaining and paying employees.
A global survey from Peakon—with views from tens of millions of respondents—confirms that future business success requires employers to identify and deliver on a variety of employee expectations, most importantly the desire to work for an organization that supports mental and physical well-being.
To close the skills gap, companies need to adopt a new approach that will lead to more investment in people and their skills.
How to keep your sales team equipped to sell and motivated during COVID-19.
The response to COVID-19 on the part of organizations across Canada has demonstrated that flexible working arrangements can work. By carefully considering what fits your corporate culture, operational needs and employee desires, flexibility can be a boon for employee productivity and organizational success.
Finding the right hire is a top priority for businesses, but it’s just as important to have a solid new hire on-boarding strategy. And hiring in a time of physical distancing doesn’t make things any easier. To successfully manage on-boarding while working remotely during the COVID-19 pandemic, a new employee on-boarding checklist that goes beyond the basics is a must. If you’re looking for advice to get new team members ramped up and integrated with the team, read on for our ultimate guide on how to on-board staff remotely.
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