That’s Not My Job!

I recently participated in a water fitness class at a city indoor pool and we were delayed starting because the new instructor had to get a lifeguard to tighten the tether ropes. The fitness instructor’s explanation of why she couldn’t perform this task (even though most instructors do) was “That’s not my job”. It reminded […]

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The Benefits of Career Transition Support

Unemployment in Alberta is on the rise. With the recent uncertainty in today’s economy, most notably in Alberta, the unemployment rate in Canada has risen to its highest rate since 2011. Layoffs are never an ideal or pleasant experience for organizations to conduct, however they have become a reality for many organizations in today’s economy. What […]

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Fuelled for Work: Banana Cookies – Brain Food

This post is Part 2 of a series called Fuelled for Work. Each few weeks we will share a post with recipes and ideas for workplace foods that keep your brain fired up, your stomach satiated and your tastebuds stimulated. To check out the previous post in the series, click here. The afternoon slump. It’s […]

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What Does Human Resources Do?

Beyond providing onboarding orientation, issuing weekly paycheques and knowing all your employee’s personal info, what exactly does the Human Resources department do? How do they add value to your organization? Listed below is an overview of a few key Human Resources functions and how they bring value to your company. Performance Management – Formalized and […]

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