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From the pages of HR Reporter
Apr 21, 2014 Print Edition:
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Disruptions in sleep cycle could lead to permanent brain damage
Health insurance spending jumps – but there’s a widening gap between premiums paid in, benefits paid out
Students imagine school-like workplace, ‘telepathy’ in Focus 2040 competition
Company failed to prove there was a problem with intoxicants at oil sands operations in northern Alberta
Unions worry as back-to-work legislation crops up across Canada
Hire Immigrants Ottawa celebrates innovative integration of immigrants
Inclusion of occupational disease spikes fatality rates
‘Going Mobile’ projects lifted key employee engagement score by 21 points – and productivity, cost-savings metrics are next on the list
Group getaways can be appealing reward for top-performing employees
Gaps in support persist for employees with mental health issues
Expensive safety training sessions wasted without followup, finds IWH study
Grassroots oversight, public consultation could shape H&S capacity, legislation
But it's a good reminder of importance of proper internship programs
Worst resumé ever?; What's really in that coffee?; Best resumé ever?; Lost luggage, cruel words; 'Hey boss, lean to be on time'
CASL could impact policies, recruitment and training
Westray Bill turns 10 but questions linger about its effectiveness
Dysfunctional teams kill productivity – but they’re not always easy to spot
It's up to employers to comply with legislation, human rights policy
Next print issue:
May 5, 2014
Including an in-depth look at the multiple stabbing that happened during a termination meeting


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