EDI Onboarding Slides Template
Businesses customize and drop these slides into their Orientation presentations about what EDI looks like at their workplace.
Introducing: BC’s Temporary Foreign Workers Registry
Effective December 15, 2020, the BC Government has rolled out a new requirement for all British Columbian employers looking to hire temporary foreign workers.
Predator Ridge and Venture Training form Strategic Partnership
Krista Frasz, HR Manager, and Cathy Greene, Housekeeping Manager, from Predator Ridge Resort recently worked closely with the Vernon and District Association for Community Living (VDACL) to form a strategic partnership focused on providing local employment opportunities for people with developmental disabilities.
New Employee Health Safety Orientation
Use this checklist to document training and orientation on an employee’s first day of work.
Shifting Strategies – the Key to Hiring in a Tight Labour Market
It’s hard not to notice the number of “Help Wanted” ads from tourism and hospitality employers in every region across the province. Recent studies confirm that about half of BC’s tourism employers could not hire all the people they needed to run their business at full capacity and/or expand their business in the past couple of years.
Discrimination on the Basis of Addiction? Not Where Employee Capable of Complying with Workplace Rules
In a decision released on June 15, 2017, the Supreme Court of Canada has held that an employer did not discriminate against an employee when it terminated his employment for failing to disclose his use of cocaine.
Global Skills Strategy and Short-Term Work Permit Exemptions
In June 2017, Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (“IRCC”) guaranteed faster processing for certain work permit applications.
Hiring People with Disabilities: An Employer’s Testimonial
If your business needs an individual to make a connection to your customers, I would encourage you to consider hiring someone with a disability. It can be difficult for someone with a disability to find employment and they are generally under-represented in the workforce. It will be a decision that will benefit your customers, employees and your overall business.
Following Your Passion in Thompson Okanagan’s Tourism Industry
For many of us born between about 1945 and 1962, it may be a point where we think about the next chapter in life. Retirement offers a chance to start something new – perhaps in the form of a new, vibrant job where you can continue earning income while still learning, enjoying social interaction, and sharing your knowledge and experience.
Exploring a Career in Thompson Okanagan’s Tourism Industry
Want adventure but struggling to balance a job with your active lifestyle? Perhaps you’ve just graduated and are looking for a change of scenery? Or searching for a way to advance your career in tourism and hospitality?