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Brooke Smith

Brooke Smith is a Toronto-based freelance writer and editor.

Why Exit Interviews Matter

Before you lose vital information, learn how can you use exit interviews to improve your organization's workplace culture.

How Women Leaving the Workforce is Affecting Workplace Culture

Women play a huge role in the workplace and their exodus is clearly a detriment to workplace culture.

Apps and Tech that Helps Employee Engagement and Wellness

Employees and wellness are one in the same these days. Without it, opportunities are lost. Make sure you’ve got the right technologies in place to ensure wellness and stability remain constant.

How are Remote Employees Treated Differently

Remote workers trying to stay relevant during COVID-19. Managers and HR must keep them in mind when thinking about employees.

Mentorship in the time of COVID

Mentorship during COVID-19 is beneficial to both the Mentor and Mentee. Now is as good a time as ever to start that relationship.

The Key Elements of an Effective Mentoring Program

Six important measures to put in place when starting a mentor/mentee relationship.

Generational Management: Fact or Fiction?

Relying solely on generational divides to determine what employees really need may provide employers with false information.

The Young Ones

The older generation always has something to say about the generations that come after it. Surprisingly, this is not just a modern-day development.

Working from All Four Corners

One benefit for the talent acquisition team from this pandemic is outsourcing talent. It provides a larger talent pool from which to draw.

Has HR Run its Course?

Knowing that workplaces are not as crowded as they once were, will HR still be relevant? HR staying during pandemic

Trending Tools

As businesses slowly begin to reopen, we’ll eventually (once a vaccine is in place) get to a post-COVID-19 workplace. But that may not be completely back to normal, as many employees may have to or choose to continue working remotely.

Working in the Virtual World

Working remotely has been the only safe option for many companies deemed non-essential to allow their employees to work. It has not been easy, however, and HR departments specifically have had to confront this new reality. Students in post-secondary institutions

A Virtual Layoff

Working from home and fulfilling work responsibilities virtually can encompass many tasks. Unfortunately, in the last few months, many departments have had to terminate employees. According to the March

At the Head of the Class

Teaching the best in people practices is one thing, but walking that talk with your own staff is what makes these three schools stand out

The Student Perspective: Online Classes Work. Or Do They?

During “normal” times and in “regular” environments, students are free to make choices about how and where they will attend their classes. In fact, according to the 2020 Online Education Trends Report by Best Colleges,

Retire (H)appy

Saving for retirement is a choice. And there are apps to help you get started and on the right path. Check them out here.

Long-distance Relationships

How can employers manage off-site or remote employees and help them with personal goods while maintaining profitability?

On the Money

At press time, the Liberal Legacy Pay Transparency Act in Ontario was still being mulled by Doug Ford’s Conservatives. Are employers ready for the next steps?

The Value of the HR Designation

When you work in Human Resources (HR), the name on your card is important, but the letters behind it could be even more so. But that designation — whether a CPHR, CHRP, CHRL or CHRE

Why Exit Interviews Matter

Before you lose vital information, learn how can you use exit interviews to improve your organization's workplace culture.

How Women Leaving the Workforce is Affecting Workplace Culture

Women play a huge role in the workplace and their exodus is clearly a detriment to workplace culture.

Apps and Tech that Helps Employee Engagement and Wellness

Employees and wellness are one in the same these days. Without it, opportunities are lost. Make sure you’ve got the right technologies in place to ensure wellness and stability remain constant.

How are Remote Employees Treated Differently

Remote workers trying to stay relevant during COVID-19. Managers and HR must keep them in mind when thinking about employees.

Mentorship in the time of COVID

Mentorship during COVID-19 is beneficial to both the Mentor and Mentee. Now is as good a time as ever to start that relationship.

The Key Elements of an Effective Mentoring Program

Six important measures to put in place when starting a mentor/mentee relationship.

Generational Management: Fact or Fiction?

Relying solely on generational divides to determine what employees really need may provide employers with false information.

The Young Ones

The older generation always has something to say about the generations that come after it. Surprisingly, this is not just a modern-day development.

Working from All Four Corners

One benefit for the talent acquisition team from this pandemic is outsourcing talent. It provides a larger talent pool from which to draw.

Has HR Run its Course?

Knowing that workplaces are not as crowded as they once were, will HR still be relevant? HR staying during pandemic

Trending Tools

As businesses slowly begin to reopen, we’ll eventually (once a vaccine is in place) get to a post-COVID-19 workplace. But that may not be completely back to normal, as many employees may have to or choose to continue working remotely.

Working in the Virtual World

Working remotely has been the only safe option for many companies deemed non-essential to allow their employees to work. It has not been easy, however, and HR departments specifically have had to confront this new reality. Students in post-secondary institutions

A Virtual Layoff

Working from home and fulfilling work responsibilities virtually can encompass many tasks. Unfortunately, in the last few months, many departments have had to terminate employees. According to the March

At the Head of the Class

Teaching the best in people practices is one thing, but walking that talk with your own staff is what makes these three schools stand out

The Student Perspective: Online Classes Work. Or Do They?

During “normal” times and in “regular” environments, students are free to make choices about how and where they will attend their classes. In fact, according to the 2020 Online Education Trends Report by Best Colleges,

Retire (H)appy

Saving for retirement is a choice. And there are apps to help you get started and on the right path. Check them out here.

Long-distance Relationships

How can employers manage off-site or remote employees and help them with personal goods while maintaining profitability?

On the Money

At press time, the Liberal Legacy Pay Transparency Act in Ontario was still being mulled by Doug Ford’s Conservatives. Are employers ready for the next steps?

The Value of the HR Designation

When you work in Human Resources (HR), the name on your card is important, but the letters behind it could be even more so. But that designation — whether a CPHR, CHRP, CHRL or CHRE
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