Join the next #TorontoHR Meetup to hear from the talented Daneal Charney as she shares how brilliant jerks cause distress, trigger turnover and sick leaves, and tarnish your brand reputation. As a group, we'll cover the big question of how to deal with these jerks as the HR leader of your organization.
This is going to be our biggest session yet so save your seat below.
This #TorontoHR Meetup shared a tactical, practical guide to aligning organizational vision with an enterprise talent management strategy for companies that are growing.
The talented Christine Song, VP of People & Culture at Mindful Snacks, offered best practices for effective recruiting in a highly competitive knowledge economy and share lessons learned for retaining new recruits and newly merged employees in a way that rewards the individual and the enterprise.
#TorontoHR Meetup: The ABC's of Learning and Development
April 26, 2017 | Toronto, Canada
In this practical and interactive session, Tom Themelis reviewed the keys to establishing a scalable framework for learning and development that drives business performance - whether you have a low budget or no budget.
#HRWins Webinar: The Ideal Employee Engagement Toolkit
April 12, 2017 | 2pm EST
According to a new study of 1,600 North American employers, the #1 objective for HR technology implemented in 2017 will be supporting managers.
Watch this webinar to learn from the study’s author, George LaRocque, about the 5 critical capabilities for employers focused on engagement and performance.
George was also joined by Marcella Vail to take the audience inside the award-winning culture at Ruby Receptionists and shared how they set strategies and keep it people-powered as their business grows.
In this interactive discussion, the #TorontoHR community learned how a combination of business acumen and a solution-centric outlook are critical to driving impact on the big things that keep your CEO up at night: Customers, Productivity, Succession and Profit.
We invited HR Consultant, MaryAnn Dunlop, to share real-world examples of how decisions are made with insight on how to win mindshare and budget for your upcoming employee engagement programs.
No person is an island but you can be an HR department. In this interactive networking session, we discussed topics such as what to prioritize when you're the only person, how to use data so you're making the right decisions and get your projects funded, and when you build your team, who do you hire first?
We gathered a few dynamic HR leaders who have been there before or are there now, including Sarah Fulton of Firmex, Lisa Chang of Uberflip, and Keltie Neville of shomi.