Archive | November, 2008

Companies With Positive Corporate Culture Make More Money

According to a recent study, companies with a positive corporate culture make more money than their counterparts.  The results of Canada’s 10 Most Admired Corporate Cultures for 2008 were discussed in a recent article in the Vancouver Sun.  The three year average revenue growth, as well as the three year average asset growth of this […]


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Gold Medal HR Policies: How Will Your Company Operate During the Vancouver 2010 Olympics?

The Vancouver Olympic Committee (Vanoc) has released its 10 suggestions about how local businesses can help out during the 2010 Olympic Games in Vancouver. Many involve setting human resources policies, including businesses altering their work days, mandating vacation or allowing telecommuting. Vanoc’s 10 suggestions are: Leadership: Appoint a team captain for your company Heroes: Give employees […]


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CBC Radio One’s “Definitely Not the Opera”: Office Fox Story

The latest episode of CBC Radio One’s popular show “Definitely Not the Opera” focused on leadership, with a discourse on office politics, including the “office fox”.  Cissy Pau, Principal Consultant for Clear HR Consulting, was interviewed for a segment on the role of the “office fox”, the well-connected power broker who is in the know, […]


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Clear HR Consulting’s Cissy Pau Profiled in Business in Vancouver

Clear HR Consulting‘s Principal Consultant Cissy Pau was profiled in this week’s edition of Business in Vancouver (Edition 992, October 28 – November 3, 2008) on page 37. Want to know what sets Clear HR Consulting apart?  Or more importantly, want to learn which five people of all time Cissy would invite to her dinner […]


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