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Navigating Hiring Trends 2024

Navigating Hiring Trends 2024

The world of work is continually evolving, and staying ahead of hiring trends is essential for both job seekers and employers alike. At MaxPeople, we understand the complexities and possibilities brought about by the ever-changing hiring landscape. As your dedicated HR consulting partner, we stand ready to lead you through these transformations, guaranteeing that your […]

HR Resources

Unlock the secrets to building a thriving workplace with MaxPeople’s free HR resources – packed with tips and strategies for enhancing your culture and hiring top talent. Download now! Download –> Employee Engagement Survey Sample & Worksheet  Download –> Talent Strategy Hiring Checklist Whether you need help with employee surveys, attracting talent or developing a […]

Truth And Reconciliation Day

The National Day for Truth & Reconciliation is observed annually on September 30th. The day was established in 2021 to provide an opportunity to learn and reflect on the impact of residential schools in Canada. The Government of Canada enacted this day as part of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada’s Calls to Action which can […]

Ontario’s Updated COVID-19 Testing and Isolation Guidelines

Ontario’s Updated COVID-19 Testing and Isolation Guidelines

As of December 31, 2021, the Ontario Government has updated its COVID-19 testing and isolation guidelines. These new guidelines may affect when employees should isolate, when tests should be administered to employees, and are summarized as follows: If an individual has symptoms: Fully vaccinated individuals should isolate for at least five days, and may end isolation […]

COVID-19 Government Benefits

The Government has extended the following COVID-19 Benefits: The Canada Recovery Caregiving Benefit (CRCB) and the Canada Recovery Sickness Benefit (CRSB) are extended until May 7, 2022, and the maximum duration of the benefits have increased by 2 weeks. This extends the CRCB from 42 to 44 weeks and the CRSB from 4 to 6 […]

Why Employers Should Invest In Training 

            Employee Training & Development MUST be on Your Radar! A report by Aon Hewitt and the Business Council of Canada identified leadership skills as the largest and most concerning skill gap currently experienced by Canadian companies. In fact, 54% of companies surveyed expressed concern for replacing leaders as the population […]

Meeting of the Minds

  Managing through the pandemic and its aftermath will be one of the biggest business challenges we’ll ever face. With the risk of COVID-19 continuing to evolve, it’s critical to stay flexible as you continue to lead your organization through ongoing change. RSVP for our next Meeting of the Minds to join our experts and […]

COVID-19 Vaccinations

Ontario is currently in Phase 2 of the COVID-19 Vaccination Plan. Phase 2 includes the vaccination of populations based on: age risk due to: health conditions congregate settings hot spots (areas with higher rates of death, hospitalization and transmission) not being able to work from home People ages 18 to 49, in hot spot communities, […]

Resources for BIPOC Community Members

Below are a variety of resources available for Black, Indigenous and People of Colour (BIPOC) community members. Black Community http://blackhealthalliance.ca/ https://blackyouth.ca/ https://bbpa.org/ http://www.acrossboundaries.ca/ https://blackfoodtoronto.com/ https://ceetoronto.org/ Asian Community https://www.covidracism.ca/ https://www.project1907.org/ https://www.elimin8hate.org/ https://act2endracism.ca/ https://ccncsj.ca/ Indigenous Community www.tassc.ca www.2spirits.com www.aboriginallegal.ca www.miziwebiik.com www.ncct.on.ca www.nativechild.org

Summary of Ontario COVID-19 Announcement on Feb 8, 2021

Summary of Ontario COVID-19 Announcement – Feb 8, 2021 On February 8, 2021, the Ontario government announced the loosening of COVID-19 restrictions in the province. As public health units gradually transition into the colour coded COVID-19 Response Framework, all non-essential retailers (e.g., discount and big box retailers, liquor stores, hardware stores, and garden centres) will […]

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