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Moral Injuries: How HR Management and employerss can prevent and address moral injuries that result in sickness and resignation

Employers and HR Managers continue the search for strategies, tactics, policies, procedures, and programs to hold on to their top talent during the so-called “Turnover Tsunami” (also referred to as The “Great Resignation”). Data and early success stories indicate that HR Management does not necessarily have to invest in leading-edge …

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Turnover Tsunami continues, survey: majority of Canadian workers thinking about switching jobs

A new survey has revealed that a majority of workers across the country are thinking about switching jobs. The survey, which was commissioned by Allstate Canada and conducted by Leger, found that 55% of workers had seriously thought about looking for a new job in the past six months. Among …

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Employers Expected to Boost Salary Budget 3.4% in 2022: Survey

After nearly two years of enduring  new pandemic-induced wage freeze, many employees across Canada can finally look forward to a salary bump in the months ahead. That is the indication of a new survey by Canadian consulting firm Normandin Beaudry, which found that in 2022 employers plan on increasing their …

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The “Great Resignation” a.k.a “Turnover Tsunami” continues… on both sides of the border

The COVID-19 pandemic has seen many workers in Canada resign from their jobs. This trend is often referred to as “The Great Resignation.” According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the term was first coined in the United States after 4.5 million Americans quit their jobs in the year …

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HR Management: #NewNormalWorkplace — mixed responses in workplaces to removal of mask mandates; and how to prevent divisions and conflicts

The easing of COVID-19 restrictions across Canada has been met with mixed responses by individuals and organizations at a group level alike. While some have been more than happy to rip off their masks and breathe in the fresh air, many have remained cautious. This has presented a bit of …

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HR Management: coping with rising mental health issues in the workplace

There are a number of nuanced challenges that an HR manager will come across over the course of their career. One of the most delicate of these is the mental health of an employee, and with everybody getting over the traumas of a life-changing pandemic, this is something that is …

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HR Management: Nearly Half of Canadian Employers Plan on Hiring in Second Quarter of 2022 (Survey)

The latest findings from the ManpowerGroup Employment Outlook survey of more than 1,000 organizations across Canada found that 49 percent plan on increasing staffing in the second quarter of 2022. The results were published on March 22, 2022.   Net Employment Outlook (NEO) is Surging   Another key metric captured …

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CRA provides updated guidance for employees deducting work-from-home expenses in 2021 & 2022

Employers can help employees in understanding “work-from-home” expenses, by ensuring that their team members are aware of the CRA’s updated guidance for deducting work-from-home expenses in 2021 and 2022. Disclaimer: Please note, that this is for the purposes of helpful information. Please contact us (form below), or your tax expert …

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HR Management Survey: 43% of Canadian office workers say they’ll quit rather than return to the office full-time

It could be the constantly-malfunctioning printer. It could be the excess of TPS reports. It could even be an aversion to people who go around saying “sounds like someone has a case of the Mondays!” Regardless of the triggers, a new survey has found that about two in five (43%) …

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