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Leaders need to stay on top of the current trends influencing their industry and their employees to stay ahead of the game. As the workforce changes and progresses, so does the way we lead our people. Here are the Top Five Leadership Trends. 1.     Relationships in employee engagement Engagement boils down to your employee’s willingness and […]

CPHR NL has reduced the number of CPD hours required to be completed annually and during the three-year rolling period. This change is effective for the 2019 CPD submission, starting January 1, 2019. The new CPD requirements include: a minimum of 10 hours of CPD activities annually (instead of 20) a minimum of 60 hours in each three-year cumulative period (instead […]

Unlocking Happiness at Work Join us for our second “This is HR” webinar series by CPHR Canada with keynote speaker Jennifer Moss and host Richard Cloutier. Format: Online – Live Webinar Date: November 6, 2019 Time: 12:00 p.m. CDT (central time zone) After two decades of research, it is proven that there is a direct […]

The World HR Congress is taking place on July 6-8, 2020 in Colombo, Sri Lanka. For more details please visit http://wfpma2020.com/ It is with great pleasure that we are conducting the WORLD HR CONGRESS 2020-COLOMBO, with the organization of the Chartered Institute of Personnel Management Sri Lanka (CIPM) and the support of the Asia Pacific Federation […]

Addressing Diversity and Inclusion in the Workplace The first in CPHR Canada’s ‘This is HR’ webinar series, with keynote speaker Kim Katrin and hosted by Richard Cloutier, co-host of the News on 680 CJOB, 4 to 7 p.m. weekdays and senior reporter for Global News Winnipeg. Format: Online – Live Webinar Date: September 26, 2019 Time: […]

As the federal government winds down in anticipation of the October general election, CPHR Canada reflects on the past year and its involvement on many legislative issues of interest to human resource professionals. A key plank in the Trudeau government platform was to pass proactive pay equity legislation during its mandate. The legislation received Royal […]

Recognizing and rewarding people can be a strategic advantage – helping you keep your best, demonstrating your commitment to people and your commitment to achieving your organization’s goals. But if recognition and reward are not undertaken purposefully and thoughtfully, it can backfire, creating jealousy and dissension. Everyone likes to be recognized and rewarded – some publicly, […]

“The Culture of any organization is shaped by the worst behaviour the leader is willing to tolerate.” What are you putting up with, or turning a blind eye to? Culture is a critical factor in business today. A company’s culture is made up of its values, beliefs and attitudes shared by employees within an organization. […]

Create the conditions where people are excited to come work in the morning. If you are looking to develop a culture of engagement, the formula is simple: Help people continually expand their expertise at what they do. Once they know, give them the authority and responsibility to decide how things should get done. Give them […]

Strategy isn’t a set it and forget it thing. It evolves, it moves, it adapts to circumstances. So, the best way to stay strategic is to hire strategy-minded people and let them do their thing.  But a recent survey by CEB Global reports that one-third of star performers feel disengaged from their employer. In other […]