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Olympic Inspirations

Olympic Inspirations

What an incredible Olympic games it has been for team Canada who brought home a total of 25 medals. Setting records and making history, these Canadian athletes truly made all of Canada proud.All these great moments are what make the Olympics so special and electrifying to watch. More importantly, these athletes are great role models that many people and organizations can learn from. Here are the top 3 valuable lessons learned from Olympic athletes that you should implement in your organization.

The Changing Landscape of Harassment in the Workplace

The Changing Landscape of Harassment in the Workplace

One of the most significant workplace changes in recent years is the trend towards harassment related complaints. This difficulty of dealing with harassment complaints coupled with the expanded legislation has resulted in a minefield for both Payroll and Human Resource Professionals. Canadian courts and tribunals have awarded employees who have been victims of workplace harassment and bullying anywhere from $20,000 to $950,000 dollars in damages.

5 Steps to Managing Problem Employees

5 Steps to Managing Problem Employees

Dealing with your least-productive workers is more than just frustrating: it’s a major time thief. A new survey by staffing firm Robert Half reveals managers spend on average 26% of their time managing poorly performing employees. What’s more, 83% of those asked said those poor performers negatively impact the morale of the entire team at least somewhat, and more than half (56%) said morale is greatly affected.

Honesty, Humility Favourable: Study

Honesty, Humility Favourable: Study

Employees with high levels of honesty and humility are the most likely to receive favourable performance reviews, accord- ing to a recent study.

“Employees who self-reported honesty and humility correlated positively with supervisor ratings and job performance,” said Wade Rowatt, professor of psychology and neuroscience at Baylor University in Waco, Texas, and co-author of A new trait on the market: Honesty-humility as a unique predictor of job performance ratings.