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Why Quiet Quitting Is A Really Bad Idea

I’ve been astounded at the flurry of articles about Quiet Quitting. It seems like the press has jumped on some kind of meme that...

Next Generation HCM: It May Be Closer Than You Think.

It’s HR Technology Conference season and I’ve been working on my keynote, “The Disruption Never Stops: What’s Now New In HR Tech.”  So please...

The Confusing Job Market: CEOs and CHROs Seem Baffled

We have entered one of the most confusing job markets in decades. While the unemployment rate continues to drop (3.5% here, 2.4% in Japan),...

A New Strategy For Corporate Learning: Growth In The Flow Of Work

The corporate training industry is over $320 billion in size and growing in importance every day. Companies are struggling with employee retention, transformation, and...

New Research Shows That High Growth Large Companies Have Distinct HR Skills

We have been analyzing data in our Global HR Capability Project and the results are striking. Among the 7,300 HR professionals who have completed...

The Hot Labor Market Has Almost Become A Crisis

Unbelievable. After four months of worries about a recession and a steady increase in interest rates, today the BLS reported that 528,000 jobs were...

Enter Microsoft Viva Engage. A Real Social Network For The Enterprise?

This week Microsoft slipped in a little product launch that is more significant than you think: a new application in the Microsoft Viva family...

Workplace Mental Health Is A Strategy For Business Performance

Here’s a shocking statistic:  15.8% of Americans now take regular medication for depression or anxiety, and it reaches 25% for those under the age...

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Canada’s largest lobster fishery, in southwestern N.S., launches after weather delay

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Charges laid in connection with Barrie workplace death investigation in 2021

After a year and a half of investigation, an Orillia, Ont., man and a crane company have been charged with criminal negligence after a...

Remains of last Tasmanian tiger unearthed after being lost for 85 years

For decades, the remains of the last Tasmanian tiger to walk this Earth were believed to be lost. It turns out they were just...

Peterborough health unit warns a ‘bad batch’ of drugs is circulating in area

Peterborough Public Health issued another alert following an increase in suspected drug poisonings on the weekend. On Saturday, the health unit received reports that a...