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 […]
Read our latest blog for the top HR trends to watch for in 2022 and how your organization can effectively adapt and continue to grow.
This article provides recommendations on how to identify the impact absenteeism has on your businesses, the root cause of it and the appropriate steps you can take to manage it.
Read our latest blog for best practices on how you can promote mental health through empathy in the workplace.
This article provides the six key elements to Fostering a Positive Workplace Culture in your organization.
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Canadian Manufacturers & Exporters (CME)’s Women in Manufacturing Success Forum is Canada’s leading conference that brings together over 500 participants to empower, support, and accelerate women in Canadian manufacturing, as well as help manufacturers attract and retain women in their workplaces. Join MaxPeople on March 8th, our Founder & CEO, Julie Ruben Rodney will be leading a panel on “Training the Next Generation of Women Leadership”.
This blog discusses ways employers can celebrate Black History Month and actively support initiatives that focus on increasing diversity and inclusion in the workplace.
This article provides guidance on how to deal with bullying in the workplace and how to understand and dismantle a Toxic Workplace.
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 […]
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 […]