June 16th, 2014
April 29th, 2014
Source: PeopleTalk April 2014 edition (BCHRMA)
Author: Jennifer Gerves-Keen
IN A RECENT ARTICLE ABOUT CAREERS published in The Globe & Mail, Marina Glogovac discussed the relatively new importance of continuous learning as it pertains to ongoing success in today’s marketplace. According to Glogovac, learning to learn is the most competitively relevant skill for today’s world.
December 04th, 2013
By Sandra Reder, CPC
There isn’t a simple answer to this question but 9 times out of 10 it has nothing to do with money. There’s a saying that “people don’t quit companies they quit managers”. Read more
November 21st, 2013
By Al Jones, BA, CHRP
Senior HR/OD Consultant
Why is it that performance reviews are a source of so much frustration, anxiety, resentment and wasted time? How is it that a system rooted in the last century still dominates many of the key processes we still use to measure performance in today’s organizations?
November 06th, 2013
Sandra Reder: President and founder, Vertical Bridge Corporate Consulting
Studies show that companies that recognize and reward their employees have a higher level of engagement and retention. But how you recognize and reward your staff is not a “one size fits all” undertaking.
October 24th, 2013
Are you ready for Bill 14?
On July 1, 2012 amendments to the Workers’ Compensation Act came into effect. These amendments expand workers’ compensation to include diagnosed mental disorders caused by bullying or harassment. By legislating employers to have these policies, procedures and training in place, Work Safe BC has ensured that negligence will be considered non-compliance with the WCA, resulting in possible fines.
October 03rd, 2013
In this October’s Harvard Business Review, Peter Cappelli has written an article entitled “HR for Neophytes” which really resonated with me and highlighted some of the challenges my clients are currently experiencing. The article is based on the premise that more and more of the traditional HR function – recruiting, performance management and retention – is falling on the shoulders of managers as opposed to being conducted solely by the HR department. Not only has the responsibility shifted, but due to the fact that they are often more connected to what’s happening in their area, and what they actually need to be successful, research shows that these “line managers” are 29% more successful at these HR-based tasks that their own Human Resources department.
September 12th, 2013
This is a great article written by Lorie Corcuera, one of the amazing consultants working with Vertical Bridge. It’s a sentiment that I also feel very strongly about. Thanks Lorie for sharing this great article with us!