Employee engagement drives productivity and business results. The Helping Hands program is Bromelin’s philanthropic employee engagement and team building program.Details
Congratulations to Shelley Brown, our leader, who has been named the Human Resources Professional Association Fellow this year. She is receiving the award today at the HRPA conference in Toronto, Ontario. Shelley has been recognized for her incredible work around the creation of the Candidate Information Portal, introducing a program in Canada that donates prosthetic…Details
The amendments to the Occupational Health and Safety Act established by Bill 168 came into force in June 2010. These amendments impose significant obligations on virtually all employers who have employees working in Ontario with respect to workplace violence, domestic violence and workplace harassment. Is your company compliant? Employers are required to do the following:…Details
There is no debate that online social networking has become a key and powerful medium in today’s society. There has been a movement towards internal online social networks for some time now, and new online networking companies are eager to grab a piece of the rising pie. Is your company ready for an internal…Details
When you were a child, I’ll bet you were asked “What do you want to be when you grow up?”. Have you figured it out yet? So many people “fall” into their careers completely by accident, not really knowing if this is what they want to do with their lives. You need to figure…Details
Lack of integration is the largest barrier to immediate individual performance and long term effective talent management.
Integration… On-Boarding… Orientation… New Employee Program Whatever you call it, most companies don’t do this very well. Most new employees are “thrown into” their new job with a “sink or swim” approach. On-Boarding; what is it? On-boarding is setting up a new employee for success. When a new employee starts at your company, you…Details
Each group had different life shaping events. An example would be: Traditionalists – Israel formed as first Jewish state Boomers – The Vietnam war; Civil Rights movement Generation X – End of the Cold War, Fall of the Berlin Wall Generation Y – Terrorism; Technology Generations in the Workplace Each demographic group exhibit different…Details
When you were in elementary school, you probably understood that there were some basic forms of learning; association, repetition, memorization. As you got older, you probably found the techniques that worked best when you were trying to learn and process new information, but still had to be flexible enough to learn in different environments. …Details
How do you get better at your job? How do you know what you don’t know? Once you know, what can you do about it?
Skill development is part of being successful; we all get feedback about our natural talents and the areas that require additional effort. This feedback can come in the form of a performance appraisal, a psychometric assessment, a conversation with a co-worker, feedback from an interview, readings or self reflection. Skill development is to improve your…Details
“Decide what you want, decide what you are willing to exchange for it. Establish your priorities and go to work.” – H.L. Hunt A decision matrix allows a team or individual to systematically identify, analyze, and rate the strength of relationships between sets of information. The matrix is especially useful for looking at a…Details