Blog

Archive | 2017

Probationary periods in BC – Are you better off without them?

Many of our clients have new employees serve probationary periods, usually between 3 and 6 months, in order to evaluate whether the new employee is suitable for the position for which they have been hired. However, a recent case that has progressed through the BC Supreme Court may make you question whether probationary periods are […]

 

Comments Off on Probationary periods in BC – Are you better off without them? Continue Reading →

2017 Canadian HR Reporter Readers Choice Awards

We’re proud to announce that Clear HR Consulting has been selected as a winner of a 2017 Canadian HR Reporter Readers Choice Award in the category of HR Management Consultant. “The Readers Choice Awards highlight HR vendors and suppliers that our readers selected as their favourites – the ones they think are the best at […]

 

Comments Off on 2017 Canadian HR Reporter Readers Choice Awards Continue Reading →

Real-Time Performance Feedback – Just a Fad or Here to Stay?

Goldman Sachs recently redesigned its annual performance review process and introduced a new system that would allow employees to send and receive real-time performance feedback. JPMorgan Chase also introduced a new web-based app this year to allow employees to request and receive feedback from anyone, anytime. We are strong believers that both employees and managers […]

 

Comments Off on Real-Time Performance Feedback – Just a Fad or Here to Stay? Continue Reading →

B.C. bans mandatory high heels in the workplace

On the “heels” of the introduction of a bill in the B.C. provincial legislature by Green Party leader Andrew Weaver that would make it illegal for employers to require different footwear for one gender than another, the B.C. government has banned mandatory high heels in the workplace by amending the footwear regulation under the Workers […]

 

Comments Off on B.C. bans mandatory high heels in the workplace Continue Reading →

Canadian HR Reporter & Workopolis media appearances

Vancouver-based Clear HR Consulting is frequently called on as an HR media expert to share insight on HR news affecting small- and medium-sized businesses by media outlets across Canada. Here are some of our recent media appearances in Canadian HR Reporter and Workopolis featuring our spokesperson, Cissy Pau. Workopolis interviewed Cissy for her tips on […]

 

Comments Off on Canadian HR Reporter & Workopolis media appearances Continue Reading →
Page 1 of 212

© 2004-2017 Clear HR Consulting Inc. All rights reserved.   |   Privacy Policy   |   Terms of Use