Whether venting their frustrations or cheering the latest political manoeuvres, employees are often discussing their political stripes and affiliations in the workplace.
A recent BC Supreme Court case may make you question whether probationary periods are worthwhile or whether you’d be better off without them.
If your organization is looking to implement a real-time performance feedback process, here are some considerations to keep in mind.
The B.C. government has banned mandatory high heels in the workplace by amending the footwear regulation under the Workers Compensation Act.
Many have watched with shocked curiosity as the events have unfolded in the United States since Donald Trump was inaugurated as President. What leadership lessons can we learn from these recent events?
Let’s answer some of the frequently asked questions we receive about statutory holidays in BC.
A common question we receive revolves around what small businesses need to provide for sick days in BC. Employers want to know how many paid sick days they are obligated to give, while employees want to know if they will be paid.
To prevent your policies and procedures from becoming front page news or creating a firestorm on social media that will negatively impact your employer brand, it is important to know how to communicate policies and procedures to staff effectively.