Investing in Industry Certifications Can Benefit Employers and Staff
“Since I’m just going to lose them to someone else, why should I spend any money on recognition or certification for my staff?”
Developing Your People
If you have a performance management program, it should cover not only your employee’s immediate training needs but also the development required to groom your employee toward this career goal.
Developing an Effective Training Strategy
It may be tempting to put off staff training indefinitely, waiting until there is more time or more money, but for your business to succeed, your employees’ skill sets must be complete and up-to-date. Employee development is one of the most important investments you can make in your business.
Drug & Alcohol Dependency and the Employer’s Duty to Accommodate
Employees concerned with their alcohol and drug use or showing signs of dependency can significantly impact the workplace and negatively impact attendance, performance, behaviour and safety. Furthermore, given that British Columbia’s human rights legislation includes drug and alcohol dependencies within the meaning of disability under the Human Rights Code, employers have a legal obligation to accommodate these disabilities within their organization.
OHS Reference Manual for Housekeeping
This occupational health and safety manual includes information on basic health and safety topics. It applies to managers, supervisors, janitors, room attendants, and laundry attendants.
OHS Guidelines for Young and New Worker Orientation and Training
These guidelines clarify the meaning of section 3.23 of the Occupational Health and Safety Regulation.