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Mental Health & Workplace

Posted on January 31st, by Henry Goldbeck in Workplace Wellness. Comments Off on Mental Health & Workplace

Mental health prevention, and support are key factors in all workplace environments. In the past mental health stigma has kept people quiet, living in agony, pain, depression while maintaining or taking absence from their jobs. This stigma around mental health at work, impacts both employers and employees.

Today, we support the mental health campaign launched by … Read More »

Workplace and Fairness

Posted on January 26th, by Henry Goldbeck in In The Media. Comments Off on Workplace and Fairness

“What I Learned on My Disney Vacation”  is an interesting read drawing out conclusions regarding fairness and equality in all areas of ones life.

The article discusses how people’s reactions to perceptions of fairness are more important than the physical realities of their life and conditions of the society they live in.  The article’s points to … Read More »

Hands Only CPR

Posted on October 14th, by Henry Goldbeck in Company News, In The Media, Just For Fun. Comments Off on Hands Only CPR

“I hope I never need to use CPR, but it so easy to learn the basics of hands only CPR, that there is no excuse not to learn it.  The video takes 1.32 minutes; it’s fun, cool and teaches you hands only CPR.  Everyone should watch it and share it… Just in case.”

http://wapo.st/29mCyLX

Unemployment Rate in British Columbia is at a 6 Year Low.

Posted on June 11th, by Goldbeck Recruiting in Engineering, Finance, Healthcare, Human Resources, Industry Resources, Sales & Marketing, Technology. Comments Off on Unemployment Rate in British Columbia is at a 6 Year Low.

Unemployment in BC has been at a record low since December last year. In an impressive upswing, the British Columbian economy has been topping provincial growth rankings in 2015. While the Labour Market has been weak for this first half of 2015, low gas prices have helped boost consumer spending to offset that deficit.

Further gains … Read More »