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Engineering Blogs and Associations

Posted on May 12th, by Lougie in Engineering. Comments Off on Engineering Blogs and Associations

Engineering Blogs

Central Science –news, notes and musings from C & EN

Engineering Ethics Blog

Civil Engineering Central

PhD’s Blog

Design News – Design Engineering

I think Mining – Jack Caldwell

 

Engineering Professional Associations

Canadian Academy of Engineering (CAE)

Canadian Council of Professional Engineers (CCPE)

Canadian Federation of Engineering Students (CFES)

Canadian Society of Professional Engineers (CSPE)

Engineering Institute of Canada (EIC)

Association of Consulting Engineers of … Read More »

Canadian Labour and Employment Laws Resources

Posted on May 8th, by Lougie in Human Resources, Industry Resources. 1 Comment

We have compiled a list of new Canadian Labour and Employment Laws links

BC Workplace Standards Comparison – IPM Management Training and Development
Restrictive Covenant in Employment Contract Unreasonable and Unenforceable – Heydary Hamilton
Facebook Taunts Reprehensible, But Are They Just Cause For Dismissal? – Miller Thomson
Rogue Ontario Employer Sentenced to Jail for ESA Violations. A Good First … Read More »

Salary Wizard Calculator and Stats

Posted on May 1st, by Henry Goldbeck in Career, Career Development, Human Resources, Job Search, Recruitment. Comments Off on Salary Wizard Calculator and Stats

Whether you are preparing for salary negotiations or just want to know, we have compiled a few links to help you calculate your benchmark salary.

Wellness is the Game Changer for Your Culture

Posted on April 11th, by Lougie in Career Development. Comments Off on Wellness is the Game Changer for Your Culture

If you are the CEO or owner of a company with employees, you know one thing for sure, your company’s culture is the game changer for your business.

How to conduct background checks

Posted on April 4th, by Lougie in Human Resources, Recruitment, Vivian Fung. Comments Off on How to conduct background checks

People lie. They lie a lot; especially when there’s an incentive for doing so. This is why most companies conduct some form of background check. Background screening typically yields a high return on investment and allows you to mitigate the huge risks associated with bad hires. Bust most small to medium sized businesses have no … Read More »