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Study finds ‘subtle’ behavioural cues predict turnover – Canadian HR Reporter appearance

Canadian HR Reporter contacted Cissy Pau of Vancouver-based Clear HR Consulting to comment on a study about the behaviours that employees who leave their jobs demonstrate prior to quitting. According to a study out of Utah State University, employees who are thinking of leaving their jobs may give off subtle cues others can pick up […]

 

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How to Stickhandle a Declining Employer Brand: HR Lessons From the Vancouver Canucks

What do you think it would be like to work for the Vancouver Canucks’ organization right now? To say it has been a rough few months for the Canucks’ employer brand would be an understatement. From the outside looking in, the organization appears dysfunctional and in disarray. A few questionable management decisions have been made, […]

 

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Watching the Olympics at Work – CBC Radio appearance

Cissy Pau, Principal Consultant of Vancouver-based Clear HR Consulting Inc., was quoted in an On The Coast segment with Stephen Quinn and Kate MacNamara on CBC Radio One on the topic of the workplace effects of watching Olympics at work. With Canada having medal hopes in many events like ice hockey during typical work hours, […]

 

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5 HR Lessons from the Winter Olympics

The 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics have us glued to the results on a daily basis to see how our Canadian athletes are performing. While nothing can match enjoying the Winter Games live in your own city as we did in Vancouver four years ago, we can’t help but think about translating the experience of our […]

 

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No more sick notes? The Current on CBC Radio media appearance

Cissy Pau, Principal Consultant of Clear HR Consulting Inc., was a featured guest this morning on The Current with Anna Maria Tremonti on CBC Radio One on the topic of employers requiring sick notes to justify employee absences. The Ontario Medical Association wants this practice to stop because it overloads doctors and is too expensive for the […]

 

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