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Cissy Pau named one of Canada’s Top 25 HR Professionals in 2017

We are honoured and humbled to announce that Cissy Pau has been named one of Canada’s Top 25 HR Professionals in 2017 by Canadian HR Reporter. Judging is conducted by Canadian HR Reporter’s editorial staff and the results were released on December 11, 2017. Here’s the excerpt from Canadian HR Reporter: Vancouver’s Cissy Pau is […]

 

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Preventing Harassment in the Workplace

The Harvey Weinstein sexual harassment scandal has opened the flood gates to allegations of appalling behaviour in the entertainment industry. The #MeToo movement has shed light on the number of women and men who have suffered sexual harassment and assault. Day after day, more and more people are coming forward with their stories about harassment […]

 

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My How Far We’ve Come! Clear HR Consulting Wins External HR Consultancy of the Year

September 14, 2017 marked an incredible milestone in Clear HR Consulting’s history. That evening, at the 2017 Canadian HR Awards in Toronto, Clear HR Consulting won the award for External HR Consultancy of the Year! What a thrill! Now we know what it must be like to win an Oscar. Imagine a black-tie affair hosted […]

 

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Talking Politics At Work – Is It Bringing Down Workplace Morale?

Are your employees spending too much time talking politics at work? From conversations we’ve had with many clients, it’s unavoidable these days. From the daily drama coming from Donald Trump, to the trials and tribulations of the recent BC election and the uncertainty of who would form government, to your likes or dislikes of Prime […]

 

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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 […]

 

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