Northern Exposure: SuperHost goes to Nunavut

SuperHost can be delivered in remote locations where internet connectivity is a challenge. See how our "offline" course set up provides an opportunity to bring SuperHost training to any region in BC and elevates customer service in the communities, like NWCC instructor Reid Nelson did with his course delivery in Kugaaruk, Nunavut.
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Employment Standards in BC, Ontario and Alberta

Recent Employment Standards Act amendments were introduced to better align with changes in Ontario and Alberta, and to correspond with the federal EI changes allowing longer parental leave. We have put together a chart to help you understand how employment standards changes in Ontario and Alberta may influence additional amendments in BC. Accordingly, you can anticipate how similar changes in BC could impact your operations, scheduling, and costs.
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Is Your Workplace Ready for the Legalization of Cannabis?

As Canada moves towards the legalization and regulation of cannabis, new research from the Canadian Centre on Substance Use and Addiction (CCSA) has found that not enough companies have well-developed workplace substance use policies. This report can help you identify ways to strengthen your HR policies to promote and encourage health and safety, productivity, and a positive workplace culture.
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Celebrating NAOSH Week by Nominating Your Safety Champions

Is your company planning any activity to promote workplace safety during the North American Occupational Safety and Health (NAOSH) Week? Get started today – and take the opportunity to recognize an individual or a team that is a safety champion in your organization.
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Prison Time Less of a Hiring Hurdle

Thought the labour challenges were a local phenomenon? Think again. The unemployment rates south of the border are at historical lows, prompting some employers to hire from labour pools they would never have considered at one time.
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Training Funding Available: Canada-BC Job Grant

The Canada-BC Job Grant (CJG) is open for applications for employees starting their training between April 4 to Aug. 31, 2018. New this year, funding is granted through three training streams. The Workforce Training stream has already closed due to high volume! The two other streams, Technical Skills & Foundational, are still accepting applications. Don’t miss your chance and apply for your funding before they fill up!
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Tap into French & Bilingual Talent Abroad

Struggling to hire local service supervisors, managers or other specialized service occupations like chefs and cooks? If so, the Mobilité Francophone stream of the International Mobility program may be of interest to you. This stream facilitates procedures for Canadian employers to hire skilled French-speaking or bilingual workers, even if French or other languages are not a requirement for the position. Plus, participate in their upcoming Virtual Job in June!
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Industry Events
NAOSH Week Launch in BC (May 7) More

SuperHost - Foundations of Service Quality (Maple Ridge) (May 7-8) More

Building Respectful Workplaces - WorkSafeBC Seminar (May 17) More

Virtual Job Fair 2018 - Employer Information Webinar (May 23) More

BC Chamber AGM & Conference (May 24-26) More

Tourism Week in Canada (May 27-June 2) More
*Stay tuned for a special “Super” announcement taking place during Tourism Week!

SuperHost - Foundations of Service Quality (Parksville) (May 29) More

COR Internal Auditor Training (June 15) More

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