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PHR/SPHR

PHR / SPHR Professional in Human Resources Certification Kit
by Sandra M Reed and James J. Galluzzo III

Must-have preparation for those looking to take the PHR or SPHR certification exams in order to strengthen their resume.
 


PHR Study Guide 2019-20

PHR Study Guide 2019-2020: PHR Certification Preparation and Practice Test Prep Questions for the Professional in Human Resources Exam


Essential HR

The Essential HR Handbook, 10th Anniversary Edition: A Quick and Handy Resource for Any Manager or HR Professional
  This fully updated 10th anniversary edition is packed with information, tools, checklists, sample forms, and timely tips to guide you through the maze of personnel issues in today's complex business environment.

Canadian Managing Diversity Articles

Women Workers Still Feel They Are Paid Less
March 20 2019 - The perception of pay equity also differs markedly between men and women.

Mental Illness Costs Economy More Than Physical Ailments
September 15 2010 - Mental illness is associated with more lost working days than any other chronic condition and costs the Canadian economy C$51 billion annually in lost productivity.

Stereotyping
August 16 2010 - The experience of being stereotyped has a lasting negative impact according to research from the University of Toronto.

More Women Fill Canada's Top Business Jobs
February 7 2009 - More women fill top executive jobs in Canada's largest publicly-traded businesses than ever before - but this still amounts to a mere 7.2%, according to a report from executive search firm Rosenzweig & Company.

EDC named one of Canada's Best Diversity Employers
April 3 2008 - Export Development Canada (EDC) was today named one of Canada's Best Diversity Employers by Maclean's Magazine. EDC is the only Crown Corporation to have won the award. (News Release)

B.C. Government Policies Have Negative Effect On Women
March 7 2008 - 'Still Waiting For Justice: Provincial policies and gender equality in BC 2001-2008', a report released by the B.C. Federation of Labour concludes that the Gordon Campbell government's policies have unfairly impacted women.

Minority Women Subjected to Double Harassment
March 22 2006 - Minority women are facing a 'double jeopardy' of harassment in the workplace, according to new research from the University of Toronto.

CUPE Calls for Action on Child Care
March 8 2006 - Equality and child care need protection in the face of Conservative attacks, according to the Canadian Union of Public Employees.

Glass Ceiling Still Barrier
March 8 2006 - A study by Accenture shows that, despite improvements in the last 10 years, women executives still face an uphill battle for workplace equality. Factors believed to influence this situation vary in different parts of the world.

Unemployment rates for workers with disabilities remain unacceptably high
December 6 2004 - Canadians with disabilities have a right to work and use their skills and knowledge to earn a living, says Marie Clarke Walker, Executive Vice-President of the Canadian Labour Congress.

Women deserve better
February 9 2004 - Big brand companies and retailers in the fashion and food industries are driving down employment conditions for millions of women workers around the world, according to a new study by international agency Oxfam.

Workplace culture favours men
September 30 2002 - Canadian women executives don't feel fully accepted into executive-level culture, according to a POLLARA survey.

CEO's not committed to women's advancement
August 14 2001 - Executive women's leadership expectations are not matched by the actions and behaviour of business leaders, concludes the first comprehensive Canadian study on chief executive commitment to gender diversity. The report, Chief Executive Commitment: The Key To Enhancing Women's Advancement has been released by The Conference Board of Canada.

More Aboriginal participation required in Manitoba's workforce
April 4 2001 - Manitoba's Aboriginal and Northern Affairs Minister Eric Robinson has advocated more Aboriginal participation in the province's workforce to match overall growth of the Aboriginal population.






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