As the global spread of COVID-19 fundamentally transforms the world of work, working from home is quickly becoming the new normal. And with continued advice from the federal government to limit contact with others, many organizations are addressing the COVID-19 pandemic by implementing work from home policies for their workforce.
We all have a part to play in slowing the spread of COVID-19. That means engaging in social distancing, avoiding public spaces and washing our hands. It’s a matter of public safety and that’s the priority right now. Unfortunately for many of us, this will mean lost wages and even lost jobs, making a difficult time even harder. However, there is help. Read on for employment resources during the pandemic.
COVID-19 has been wreaking havoc on work, schools, services and our peace of mind. But, if we stay calm and work smart, we all stand a better chance of getting through this with our health (and the health of those around us) intact. Read on for our tips to manage COVID-19 in workplaces across Canada.
By now, we’ve all heard of “social distancing” and that we should all be practicing it in our daily lives to help “flatten the curve.” But what does this actually mean? In this blog, we’ll take a look at the concept and provide some tips for social distancing in Covid-19 times.
Companies want to hire people who are passionate about what they do. Taking charge of your LinkedIn personal branding is an opportunity to put your passion, dedication and expertise on display to help you land the job or promotion of your dreams.
March is National Engineering Month in Canada with events and initiatives happening all over the country for children and young Canadians to learn about exciting careers in engineering. Interested in hosting an event? Read on for ideas to recognize National Engineering Month.
Employee retention is about more than just keeping people employed with your company. It’s about giving them what they need to do well at work and in life. How (and why) do you achieve that? Read on for our top innovative ideas for hourly employee retention.
A phone interview is often your first official contact with a potential employer. Although interviewing by phone may feel more casual, preparation is key to nailing the interview and taking advantage of the unique opportunities a phone interview presents. Here’s a complete guide to preparing for phone interviews!
March 8 is International Women’s Day. Why is this important for employers and employees alike? And how does it benefit the workforce? For International Women's Day 2020 in Canada, we’re giving you ideas to mark the day and take your business forward.
As an employer, what are your obligations when it comes to maternity leave? What should you consider and when? Our ultimate employer’s guide to maternity leave will help you manage your employee’s mat leave — before, during and after.
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