Business Strategy

Why "We Don’t Have any Real HR Problems" Means you need an HR Strategy ASAP

Why “We Don’t Have any Real HR Problems” Means You Need an HR Strategy ASAP If you can claim that your business “doesn’t have any real HR problems,” then instead of calculating how much money you’re saving on staff and technology, it’s in your best interest to heed this advice: …

Why "We Don’t Have any Real HR Problems" Means you need an HR Strategy ASAP Read More »

5 Ways that Human Resources Drives Sales Success

While they have certainly not been avowed foes or mortal enemies, human resources and sales have traditionally not worked in the same space — and that was fine with both camps. Human resources focused on issues like recruiting, compliance and terminations, while sales focused on nurturing prospects into customers. So …

5 Ways that Human Resources Drives Sales Success Read More »

hr payroll and staffing for canadian businesses

Motivating Temp Staff Without Money

Motivating the workforce without increasing the company’s budget is a constant concern of most employers. When part of that workforce contains temporary staffing, many wonder what the best motivational techniques are for these valued but short-time workers. While many employers initially think of money, there are actually other ways to …

Motivating Temp Staff Without Money Read More »

The Top 3 Myths About Temp Staffing

If enough people repeat a falsehood, the majority of people will assume it must be true. That is the case with myths about temp staffing. This is a good thing to keep in mind when doing your research in connection with selecting a temp agency. When talking to colleagues, friends, …

The Top 3 Myths About Temp Staffing Read More »

business planning

Do You Need Scalability/Flexibility to Prosper in 2015?

  The Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA) announced last week that the U.S. economy grew by a whopping 5% in the 3rd quarter of 2014.  This unprecedented growth in GDP should have trickled into Canada’s economic growth numbers, yet things remained sluggish in Canada in the months of July, August, …

Do You Need Scalability/Flexibility to Prosper in 2015? Read More »

Adapt or Die: Facing Social Media

Darwin’s theory of evolution by natural selection is one of most substantiated theories in science. Organisms change in order to allow themselves to better adapt to their environment and survive, thus passing on survivability to their offspring. I like to look at organizations functioning just like organisms. Everyone has a …

Adapt or Die: Facing Social Media Read More »

wrecking ball

CEOs – The Pendulum is Swinging, Don't Forget to Duck

This is good news: Canada’s economy created an impressive 95,000 new jobs in May, which is the biggest monthly gain in nearly 11 years! Even though this month has taken analysts by surprise, Canada’s job market has had the best gains record among all G-7 countries, actually recording solid gains …

CEOs – The Pendulum is Swinging, Don't Forget to Duck Read More »

When Should Start-Ups Start Considering HR

HR tends to be one of the last areas considered by start-ups in my experience, but this can be something of an oversight. Most start-ups by their very nature are founded by entrepreneurial individuals, who quite rightly may invest most of their energies in selling, meeting customer demands and cash …

When Should Start-Ups Start Considering HR Read More »

Scroll to Top

Send this to a friend