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Accidents at Work

Posted on March 15th, by Henry Goldbeck in Engineering, In The Media. Comments Off on Accidents at Work

In 2015, there were 5,000 deaths in the EU as a result of accidents in the workplace. This is an incredible number and as this infographic from Hussey Fraser outlines, it makes proper safety procedures at work all the more paramount. The most common type of injury is one from someone slipping, tripping or falling. … Read More »

How to Celebrate Valentine’s Day at the Office

Posted on February 11th, by Henry Goldbeck in In The Media. Comments Off on How to Celebrate Valentine’s Day at the Office

There are several legends surrounding Valentine Day’s origin, but perhaps the most popular story is one that takes place over 1700 years ago, which tells of a priest named St. Valentine who was persecuted by the Roman Emperor for aiding imprisoned Christians. It is said that during his imprisonment, he performed a miracle on the … Read More »

Happy Family Day from Goldbeck Recruiting

Posted on February 10th, by Henry Goldbeck in In The Media. Comments Off on Happy Family Day from Goldbeck Recruiting

Family Day is one of the most recent holidays to be introduced into Canada’s calendar, with Alberta being the first province to implement the day in 1990. Since then, it has become a recognized holiday in Saskatchewan, Ontario, and British Columbia.   British Columbia celebrates Family Day on the second Monday of every February while the … Read More »

Communication in a blended workplace

Posted on February 9th, by Henry Goldbeck in Events, In The Media. Comments Off on Communication in a blended workplace

ISS of BC is hosting a Cultural Competency Training on February 23rd, to focus on the importance of Communication in a Blended Workplace.

-Gamelle Fitzgibbon shares her tactics on improving cultural adaptability here.

The Changing landscape of Vancouver’s Management Sector

Posted on January 16th, by Henry Goldbeck in In The Media. Comments Off on The Changing landscape of Vancouver’s Management Sector

Henry Goldbeck responds to Resonance’s article Is Vancouver’s Management Class Leaving

“This is an interesting article and could be negative for the economy if the conclusions materialize.   I would take its conclusions with a grain of salt.  It is much easier to speculate about selling your home and moving to a more affordable location than to … Read More »