• Employee retention is one of the most important components of running a successful practice. With branded terms like quiet quitting circulating the internet, employers need to step up their game to ensure the term does not turn into real quitting.

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  • The survey clearly signals the B.C. government’s intent to add an 11th legal stat holiday for NTRD. There is broad support for this but many employers while supporting recognition of NTRD will be concerned about adding another statutory holiday with no compensating adjustment to the existing schedule of stats.

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  • B.C.’s inflation rate is the highest it’s been since 1983 at 8.1% making it increasingly difficult for people to meet their monthly expenses. As an employer you may be asking yourself how are my employees doing? Should I be giving them a Cost of Living increase?

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  • Written by Geoffrey Howard and Sebastian Chern Howard Employment Law In a dramatic reversal of policy and without consultation, the BC NDP has announced on April 6, 2022 that it will pass legislation that will allow unions to be “certified” and thus become the sole authorized representatives of an entire group of employees based only on showing 55% […]

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  • Written by Sandra Reder President and Founder of Health Bridge HR As the light at the end of the tunnel gets closer and closer, there is a lot of “buzz” around offices and in social circles about where people want to go for their vacations. Employers can expect there to be a large influx of employees […]

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  • We know what to do. We’re just not doing it. (But don’t blame yourself.) Written by Bill Murphy Jr. for Inc.com As we mark the unfortunate milestone of an entire year dealing with a global pandemic, I have some good news. And some news that pertains to something we all do, sleep. A brand new study suggests that […]

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  • Listless and unable to motivate yourself to get your work and other things done? That’s ‘acedia.’ by Jessica Stillman, Contributor, Inc.com A scholar of the fifth century is probably the last person you’d think to look to for a description of our modern woes in the time of coronavirus. But writing on The Conversation recently, Australian Catholic University’s […]

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