A Proud Moment for CPHR Canada & Great Recognition of CPHR Canada’s CEO, Tony Ariganello as he is invited to participate in a moderated panel discussion on global women in the workforce at the SHRM Annual Conference & Exposition on Friday, September 10, 2021, at the Las Vegas Convention Center in Las Vegas, Nevada. View…
Anthony Ariganello sits down virtually with Tom Balfour, Director General, Human Resources – Fisheries and Oceans Canada / Government of Canada – to discuss the impact the pandemic has had on their organization.
Anthony Ariganello sits down virtually with Steven Ashton, CPHR, Vice President, People & Organization Development – IWK Health Centre – to discuss the impact the pandemic has had on their organization.
Anthony Ariganello sits down virtually with Michele Matthews, CPHR, Chief Operating Officer – AG Hair – to discuss the impact the pandemic has had on their organization and how they pivoted to making hand sanitizer when the pandemic first hit.
Anthony Ariganello sits down virtually with Angela Champ, Senior Vice President HR – Alpine Building Maintenance – to discuss the impact the pandemic has had on their organization.
Anthony Ariganello sits down virtually with Mark Olivier, Senior Director Talent Engagement Diversity – Air Canada – to discuss the impact the pandemic has had on the airline industry.
The economic restrictions and social distancing measures during the COVID-19 pandemic have caused major disruptions to Canadian businesses. Those disruptions are expected to have particularly large negative effects on small and medium-sized organizations, as many of these businesses tend to be concentrated in the travel and hospitality-related industries, such as transportation, restaurants, accommodation, and arts…
This briefing-note is based on information in the public domains and documents relating to economic responses to the pandemic by the Canadian federal and provincial governments. It also summarizes similar responses by other developed countries for the purpose of comparison.
CPHR is accepting RFP’s for Indoctrinating the CPHR Competency Framework. Details are here. Deadline is noon (pacific time) December 11, 2020.
As we enter the second wave of the pandemic, many are wondering if it might be more a tsunami than a wave. CPHRs from coast to coast have been on the front lines of a continuing and daunting challenge to help employers and employees deal with the many challenges they faced daily since March. In…
As of January 2022, CPHR New Brunswick will be adding a new educational requirement which must be completed prior to writing the National Knowledge Exam (NKE). This requirement applies to all applicants unless the individual is covered by another eligible path.
CPHR Canada is seeking designated CPHR’s to assist with the translation of the fall 2020 NKE from the English version already developed, to a French version to be offered to writers who wish to write in French.
Visit CPHR Alberta’s blog for more.
Appropriate use of non-medical mask or face covering When and how to use masks Respirators Versus Surgical Masks
This webinar from the Crisis and Trauma Resource Institute will explore key factors for understanding the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. Viewers will receive concrete guidance for building resilience and staying emotionally and mentally healthy during this stressful time, including insights for supporting children.
A conversation with global human resources leaders on setting the course for recovery. On April 21, 2020, under the leadership of Anthony Ariganello, President & Chief Executive Officer, Chartered Professionals in Human Resources Canada and Leyla Nascimento, President, Word Federation of People Management Associations Human Resource, leaders from around the world gathered to discuss and…
APR 14, 2020 Millions of Canadians lost their jobs in March. And this unprecedented crisis will not end soon. Even after barriers are lifted, the effect on people’s lives, employment and the economic and social impacts of the crisis will linger on. We need to act now to anticipate and respond to the challenges that…
There are so many questions out there, and often many different answers. Take a moment to read this FAQ prepared by Sherrard Kuzz, Employment & Labour Lawyers As COVID-19 continues to spread the globe, employers need to know their legal rights and obligations as it relates to the Canadian Workplace. Here are the answers to…
The new online program focuses on completing the new nine academic course requirement that assists candidates in meeting the HR technical component required for certification. The courses are offered at the college/university undergraduate level and shall substantially cover the Competency Framework within each related subject.
The team at Grant Thornton LLP is committed to helping their clients, colleagues and communities, as we all try to navigate the impacts of COVID-19. Check out their comprehensive resources page to help manage the impact of COVID-19 on businesses.