Understanding Bill 157 and What It Means for You

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For most employers, there is a clear line between the personal and professional lives of their employees; however, with the introduction of Bill 157, it seems that line has now become a little blurred – as it has many people on the fence. The bill was recently brought forth for its first reading at the… Read more »

5 Recruiting Habits That Are Holding Back Your Hiring Success

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If you find that your recruiting efforts are not producing the desired results, it’s tempting to blame a lack of quality candidates. But is it possible that the true fault lies in your process? Consider if you are guilty of any of these recruiting mistakes and take steps to eliminate them. Not defining your needs…. Read more »

Five Things You Need to Know about Background Checks

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Background checks may not be foremost on your mind as you evaluate a job candidate, but it’s a critical step that should not be overlooked. The consequences, though unlikely, can be severe. You could wind up with a dishonest or violent employee and/or be sued for negligent hiring. Background checks are not difficult, especially if… Read more »

Should You Allow Your Team to Work from Home?

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The results of the recently released Rogers Connected Workforce report should come as no surprise to anyone who has held a job that demanded 40-plus hours of their time attached to a desk or similar worksite every week. Even if you love what you do, who doesn’t wistfully envision more time spent away from work… Read more »