If workers are leaving their jobs, where are they going? Back to school. Back to yoga. Toward public office, Uber driving, sales and writing. These are their stories.
We are seeing a significant new problem in workplaces after COVID and, if it is not addressed quickly, companies are going to fall behind, and fast.
“Our workforce has changed,” says expert. “Many companies are coming out of COVID with new projects, new initiatives, new programs that are driving their business and don’t see what they’re working…
“For an organization to be high-performing and for a team to be high-performing, they need a leader who is energized and at their best," said CEO of the Year Kathryn Tremblay.
Companies need to take a diversity, equity and inclusion perspective with each business decision they make, HR experts say.
It’s only been a few weeks since we were all given permission to take our masks off, but in our COVID world things change very quickly.
‘There’s no expiry date on productivity': Ageism keeps many companies from benefiting from older workers
More Canadians than ever before are working past the traditional retirement age of 65, either because they want to or they have to.
Two prominent Ottawa HR experts tell OBJ that adapting to the new world of work is an elephant that has to be eaten one bite at a time.
Founded in 1996, Eagle now has 100 employees in 10 offices across Canada.
Pandemic is making continuity and high performance more important.