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November 30, 2016Ceridian Cares

Ceridian Cares: The Road to Giving Away One Million Dollars!

The launch of Ceridian Cares, Ceridian’s own charity, shows the importance of listening to your employees. While our late President, Dave Mackay was a tremendous champion early on, it was by reaching out to our people and asking for input that lead to Ceridian Cares. Our people have always been generous, even before Ceridian Cares, […]

November 25, 2016

Transform your culture: Lessons from a cooperative, First Credit Union

By: Angie Poulsen, Human Resource Manager at First Credit Union & Insurance Given the great influence that corporate culture has on the overall performance and success of your organization, you can’t afford to ignore it. From employee engagement and productivity to retention and recruitment, corporate culture influences many different aspects of a business. Here are […]

November 8, 2016Take our kids to work day

4 Reasons to Embrace Take Our Kids to Work Day!

On November 2nd Ceridian offices across Canada played host to Grade 9 students as part of the ‘Take our Kids to Work Day’ initiative. Many of the students were children of our employees – some of whom had never seen their parents at work! Ceridian also hosted a group of international students, as well as […]

November 8, 2016

Kick-starting a Second Career with a Small Business

More and more older professionals today are starting their own small businesses after a long career working for big ones. According to one survey, 86% of business professionals plan on working after retirement*– and a great many of those will launch their own entrepreneurial endeavours. In fact, a CIBC study showed more than half a […]

November 2, 2016Disengagement warning signs and a preventative approach

Disengagement warning signs and a preventative approach

Employee engagement plays a paramount role in the success of an organization. But what isn’t talked about as much – and should be – is employee disengagement. As Melissa Campeau pointed out in the September issue of HR Professional Magazine, research has found that, although most company leaders agree that having employees who are engaged is […]

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