This question has become a very hot topic with the vaccine rollout picking up momentum across Canada.
Consider how technology can improve transparency and add visibility to workforce data to identify gaps in diversity, equity and inclusion — which is becoming one of the main focus areas in the future of work.
As more people have struggled with mental health over the past year, organizations are looking for ways to best support their employees. From resource toolkits to team building, read on for strategies to prioritize mental wellness and why it's a good idea to do so.
Learn why personal pronoun identity is an issue of growing importance in diversity and inclusion efforts, and consider these six best practices as you help direct your organization in this area.
The best place to start with all diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) initiatives is with understanding your workforce demographics so you can assess and prioritize what to do and where to focus. But general organizational census data is only the start.
"The corporate sector has to find a way to entice women back into the workforce and make the transition as easy as possible. They can't expect women workers to flip a switch and get right back into it, especially if their kids aren't yet in school." - Nela Richardson, Chief Economist at ADP
Review these immediate, near-term and long-term steps to see which may be helpful to your business right now and in the future.
Employers of all sizes want to support a more inclusive, safer workplace culture for their associates. What better way to show that commitment than to take simple yet meaningful steps to fully include transgender associates in the workplace.
When organizations engage third parties, they cannot overlook the importance of vendor risk management.
The almost overnight presence of a huge remote workforce has prompted HR professionals in Canada to refocus, re-evaluate and innovate. This is especially apparent when it comes to performance management and remote employee feedback.