Human Resources & Education

Covering training, career development, higher education and all human resources issues in Vancouver, British Columbia and Canada as a whole

Remaining competitive: Why diverse teams are a business asset

Matching the right person to the role has always been the goal of employers that are recruiting talent, at least in theory. Yet, bias - embedded or assumed - has often been a barrier, and the best...

Women seen as key to reducing B.C.’s labour shortage

Industry leadership needed to draw women into resources, construction sectors: advocates

Construction sector bracing for ‘grey tsunami’

Wanted: 59,650 new construction workers in the province this decade

Industry, government grapple with trades training reform

Unclear how compulsory construction trades certification system might be restored in B.C.

Legal, tax challenge thicket entangles ‘border-free’ remote work

Special report: Pandemic opened doors for more telecommuting – but also a rats’ nests of regulation

‘Trophy office’ poised to dominate in return to work

Special report: Makeover for traditional office space as mass vaccinations reopen doors to employees

Welcome back to the office and your new hot desk

Special report: Companies considering new measures to maintain distancing as employees return

Forty under 40 winners reflect on past year

Award recipients shared insights from the pandemic in a virtual event

B.C. women recount challenging paths to success in leadership

Four leaders shed light on difficulties, rewards of blazing trails in male-dominated fields

Three students receive Michelle Pockey Leadership Awards

Awards recognize Indigenous women and single parents, and women pursing law, justice, Indigenous or environmental studies