|DATE:||November 25th 2020|
Data is integral to HR. In fact, data analytics is often cited as one of the fastest-growing in-demand skills within HR. Data Analytics for HR - 101 is an introduction into how you can better collect, clean, analyze, and visualize data using Excel and Tableau to make better data-driven decisions in your role.
In conjunction with Lighthouse Labs, and aligned to the CPHR Competency Framework, this 12-hour course explores HR-specific cases that cover recruiting, attrition, employee engagement, and much more.
* All participants will receive a certificate upon completion of this course.
* CPHR BC & Yukon members will be given one (1) credit of Continuing Professional Development (CPD) for every hour of participation. Up to 12 CPD Hours available for course completion.
- Day 1: Introduction to Data Analysis
- Day 2: Data Collection & Organization
- Day 3: Data Analysis Techniques
- Day 4: Data Analysis & Visualization
- Interactive Live Online Classes
- Hands-on HR-Related Activities
- Online Mentorship
|DATE:||November 26th 2020|
|3:00 pm to 4:00 pm|
Toxic workplace behaviour is not a new concept, but it is constantly adapting to keep up with our evolving world of work. The presence of toxic behaviour is not always evident, as it can often be subtle and go unnoticed until it is widespread within the organization. Toxic behaviours can quickly turn into toxic culture and damage employee performance, morale, retention, and mental health and well-being.
This webinar will help employers and HR professionals understand the importance of weeding out toxic behaviours within their organization to improve employee engagement. We’ll also outline the parameters of what is considered toxic behaviours, what these behaviours look like in today’s climate, and provide practical steps to address toxicity.
|DATE:||November 26th 2020|
|1:30 pm to 2:30 pm|
COVID-19 has forced many companies to lay off employees without cause. Canadian employers are grappling with difficult decisions around the appropriate amount of reasonable notice they must provide workers.
During this webinar, employment lawyers from leading Canadian employment & labour law firms will discuss how the current economic environment may impact reasonable notice periods awarded by the courts. Specific attention will be placed on the dramatic shift in job market conditions across industries and geographic locations
|DATE:||December 1st 2020|
This is a live virtual event using Zoom, an online meeting platform. Please check system requirements prior to registering.
After a violent incident, it is not uncommon to find that people were aware of clues that violence was being planned. This is because most violent incidents often follow an evolutionary process where signs and indicators can be seen. Yet, without a clearly defined process to gather information and assess the situation, violence prevention is extremely difficult. This webinar provides a communication and decision-making model to help businesses, schools, organizations, and communities become more effective in their management of threats. Viewers will learn strategies to help them identify, assess, and manage individuals who may be escalating towards violence.