The Case for Why Companies Should Recruit More Military Veterans

There is a key recruitment channel that employers and recruiters may not be tapping – military veterans. Many have the skills and experience organizations need, but it’s up to executives like Maureen Neglia, Vice President, HR, Global Recruitment at Scotiabank to read between the lines and see how veterans can strengthen both a company’s bottom line, their diversity and […]

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February 13, 2017

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Human Resources: Managing the Minefields

Paola is the founder and owner of SUGARMOON, a sugaring business with three salons, take-home sugaring and organic body care lines, and the SUGARMOON training academy. In this instalment of her Women of Influence web series, The Truth About Entrepreneurship: My Life on the Moon, she shares her experience and advice on drawing on employment […]

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Human Resources: Managing Employee-Entrepreneur Relationships

Paola is the founder and owner of SUGARMOON, a sugaring business with three salons, take-home sugaring and organic body care lines, and the SUGARMOON training academy. In this instalment of her Women of Influence web series, The Truth About Entrepreneurship: My Life on the Moon, she shares her experience and advice on investing time and […]

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What Your Employees Really Think of Your Excessive CEO Salary

Dan’s Price’s decision to pay a $70000 minimum wage went viral recently. His decision came after an employee, Jason Haley, pointed out to him the disparity between the CEO’s salary of and his own. At that time, Price was paying himself $1.1million and Haley was on just $35000.  With some soul-searching Price gradually began to […]

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January 29, 2016

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