|DATE:||January 15th 2019|
|7:45 am to 8:30 am|
|DATE:||January 15th 2019|
|7:45 am to 10:00 am|
We believe that an effective and pro-active HR service is crucial to successful organizations. Collaborating for performance with the leaders of your organization with proven engagement tools allows you to show how HR can have an impact on the organizational results. The commitment, motivation and retention of employees have a major impact on performance/productivity in organizations.
We will share strategies with you through a free tool that has been shown to link to better productivity gains especially in the complex, creative and solution-based environment of today’s workforce. It is based on helping employees develop and optimize their mental fitness, their resiliency, and by extension, their contribution to the workforce.
Join us for an insightful presentation that will equip you with information that will assist you in your role of supporting and moving your organization forward as a Strategic Partner!
|DATE:||February 19th 2019|
|7:45 am to 10:00 am|
Tiffany Kelly, the Project Lead at CCRW, will provide background information as well as an overview of the Disability Confident Employer Program (DCEP) program and pilot projects. One of the program sponsors will speak about how DCEP will fit into CCRW’s national strategy as it leaves the pilot stage on March 4, 2019. Attendees will also hear from pilot employers who took the training. These employers will share their thoughts and experiences, and how they can apply it to their businesses.
|DATE:||March 19th 2019|
|7:45 am to 12:00 pm|
In New Brunswick, multiple employment sectors continue to express their need for a strong, vibrant, and well-prepared work force. Increasingly, this need is on the rise and results in the question “Where will these workers come from?”
This 3-part conversational style presentation will highlight opportunities around meeting the challenges of the current New Brunswick workforce environment. The focus will be on:
WHAT programs are there to help take advantage of these opportunities?
WHY and WHEN should economic immigration should be considered?
HOW local organizations can provide support, information, and more?
The Government of New Brunswick, Department of Post-Secondary Education Training and Labour will provide information on the various streams available to employers to help them successfully navigate and meet their human resource needs. From creating employee training plans to developing recruitment strategies and implementing onboarding initiatives, you will:
LEARN about the supports available to access potential employees from across New Brunswick, throughout Canada, and around the world.
HEAR about the challenges and successes experienced by all – employers, service providers and the newcomers themselves.
For a better understanding about these initiatives and details about immigration as a recruitment option and join us for this PD Session
|DATE:||April 16th 2019|
|8:00 am to 10:00 am|
It’s an easy stereotype: the self-centred, social media-obsessed Millennial who rejects the idea of climbing a corporate ladder. But it’s not really a fair picture and it’s certainly not a helpful one.
Organizations of all types need to plan for tomorrow’s leadership, and there is only one certain rule about the future – those still above the grass get a year older every year. So it’s a certainty that the Boomers will soon retire and the Millennial generation WILL be our leaders.
In this presentation, George Raine will discuss practical steps HR professionals can take to ensure that organizations are prepared to take advantage of the many strengths of the Millennial generation and develop succession planning practices to support their growth into senior roles.
|DATE:||May 21st 2019|
|7:45 am to 10:00 am|
Talent management today requires that we hired the best people, employ and retrain them doing important work for the organization in the smartest ways possible and teach them how to work effectively with their peers and bosses. All of that is possible if we use the LET ‘formula’. In this talk, Sandy will go over his own experience being managed at the outset of his career using the LET formula, how he incorporated LET into his challenging work with others, what the literature, including current research on neuroscience, says about LET and how LET works with contemporary graduating students at Mount Allison University. Hands on application of the three elements of LET will follow the talk.
|DATE:||June 19th 2019|
|8:00 am to 10:30 am|
This must-attend seminar for human resources professionals will provide insight on the impacts of cannabis in the workplace and practical tips on how to prepare your organization.
You will learn about:
- The issues arising from cannabis and impairment in the workplace
- Testing methods and reliability
- When drug testing is appropriate
- Accommodation and Discipline
- Policy implications and best practices
- Recent ceaselaw on this issue
|DATE:||September 16th 2019|
|8:00 am to 12:00 pm|
Have you noticed the age difference of the people sitting near you at work? Look around at your next meeting, and you will see someone close to retirement sitting next to a freshly out-of-school graduate. These circumstances present a unique challenge for today's leaders: how to motivate and manage an inter-generational workforce.
As New-Brunswick's population continues to age, those left in the workforce will be faced with challenges never seen before. Eddie LeMoine will bring participants through a journey to understand the impact of the aging population and how to create a workplace that will attract and retain a winning team. You will discover how to work across five generations, in a multicultural and diverse workforce. This presentation is packed with content participants can use as soon as they go back to work.
Aging demographics and the shrinking workforce has been a front and center topic for several years. With people living longer, staying in the workforce longer or re-entering the workforce after retirement, we are now experiencing the latest form of diversity in the workplace—five generations! Should leaders be concerned about these shifting generation gaps? Definitely! To achieve maximum productivity and a great work environment, an effective leader is a leader who understands, manages, and communicates across all generations.
Today it's commonplace for five generations to be working side by side within an organization. This recent phenomenon is contributing to the newest and probably most significant workplace challenge for today's leaders. Research shows that bridging the generation gap leads to a more productive and happy work environment. Managing a specific generation (e.g., the Millennials) is no longer enough. It is now critical for a leader to understand, manage, and communicate cogently across all ages. Eddie LeMoine has been delivering keynote presentations and training sessions on the inter-generational workplace since 2005 and is considered a foremost authority on this topic. Let him share his insights for leading each generation in your organization.
Eddie LeMoine has made an extensive study of the inter-generational workplace. His observations are enlightening, and his presentations are delightfully entertaining and content-rich. Thousands of participants have learned from and enjoyed this presentation, and it continues to be one of his most popular topics. It is delivered in an engaging, fast-paced, and entertaining session filled with stories anecdotes and videos.
- How the retiring baby-boom cohort will impact workplace
- How to communicate effectively with all generations
- What unique characteristics each generation has and how to motivate them
- How to work effectively with each generation that you are not a part of
- What the key motivators are for each generation
- The “Curtain call” retaining workers after retirement age.
- Why the biggest competition in the future will be for human resources.
- How to relate to clients from all generations
- Harness the expertise of long-term employees. How technology will become more important to offset the shrinking workforce.
- What are successful organizations doing to attract, engage, and retain workers?
- The cost of losing an employee and the impact it has on costs and benefits
- How to keep people in the workforce
- Why the one size fits all approach to employee benefits, and office environment will not work in the future.
- Successfully navigate diverse demographics and skillfully integrate five generations in one workplace.
- Interpret future trends and their impact on your organization
- Improve productivity
- Contain cost
|DATE:||October 15th 2019|
|8:30 am to 10:00 am|
Some termination situations are more complex than merely “with cause” or “without cause”. Join McInnes Cooper Labour & Employment Lawyers Lucie LaBoissonnière and Dominique Fontaine as they provide practical tools and tips to help you manage tough termination situations, such as: during or after return from statutory leave or lengthy sick leave and in cases of frequent but innocent absenteeism, substance abuse, or mental or physical disability.
|DATE:||November 19th 2019|
|8:00 am to 10:00 am|
Leadership has never been so essential and yet so difficult to define. In a world that is more competitive now than ever, how can leaders differentiate themselves from the rest? Instead of focusing on building better products, we need to build better teams, better characters, and better habits. These are the essential pillars of high-performance company culture. Come and find out how your company culture can set you apart from your competitors!
In this presentation, you will learn how you can create a positive corporate culture right away:
- Emphasis on employee wellness. No organization can expect to foster a positive culture without healthy employees; that's where habits come in.
- Grow off your current culture. Building a positive corporate culture doesn't mean employers should entirely scrap everything their company currently stands for.
- Provide meaning. Meaning and purpose are more important in the workplace now than ever.
- Listen. Being a good listener is one of the easiest ways employers can start to build a positive culture.
- Encourage positivity. To build a positive culture, employers need to start by encouraging positivity in the workplace.
- More to be shared at the event!
|DATE:||November 28th 2019|
|5:00 pm to 7:00 pm|
The CPHR New Brunswick Moncton Chapter Executive cordially invites members and one guest each to our appreciation holiday celebration. This event will also be a fundraiser for the Food Depot Alimentaire. We will be accepting donations of non-perishable food items, and in return members will receive a free drink ticket while quantities last. Delicious hors d’oeuvres will be served to the sound of festive music with Marco Rocca. To cap off this wonderful evening, several door prizes will be given to lucky winners. We look forward to welcoming our members and their guest as a thank you for your support throughout the year.