Why HR needs to ‘lead from the front’ in 2023

Source: What’s the difference between a good leader and a great one? What’s the difference between a good leader and a great one? Well, it all boils down to decisiveness mingled with compassion – that’s according to HRD’s recent research into global management trends. As part of our recent Global 100, a list of the best HR leaders across the world, we looked into what makes a standout HR practitioner – with leaders being praised for how they handled culture post-pandemic.

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These Canadians Are Earning More By Working Remotely for International Companies

Source: The pandemic opened up opportunities for workers to earn higher salaries and secure better benefits—all from the comfort of home. Here’s how five employees landed remote gigs, in their own words.

Looking for a job or career change? These skills will be in high demand in 2023, experts say

Source: Canada is suffering from a severe skills shortage in several key sectors, experts say, thanks to factors that include deficiencies in our education system as well as changing demographics.

Multi-Generational Mentorship Is Key to Employee and Organizational Success — Here’s Why

Source: The world continues to change, but the need for mentorship remains. In 2021 and 2022, there were many stories about “The Great Resignation” across North America. In Canada, this manifested itself as more of a “Great Reflection,” with employees thinking about what type of work was more suitable to them. Job rates remained relatively within normal fluctuations post-pandemic when compared with pre-pandemic. “It’s not so much a ‘Great Resignation,’ but a ‘Great Rethink’ or ‘Great Reconsideration’ of the type of work that people want to do,” David Coletto, CEO of Abacus Data says.

Work and our mental health

Source: With our mental health strained and workplace arrangements changing, it’s time for an in-depth look at what’s needed to improve matters. Everything is connected. It is not enough, as Premier Doug Ford sometimes seems to think, to throw up a few “Open For Business” signs at the Ontario border, note the 300,000 or so job vacancies in the province, then look no farther at what is an ongoing crisis in mental health and ongoing revolution in the way people work.

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