Human Resources & Education

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

Twenty-five per cent of Canadians believe a degree is necessary for economic success

Respondents past university age were less likely to value a degree when it comes to financial success

Mental wellness key for construction industry as fall deepens and cost of caring rises

'It’s characteristically a rough-tough industry and I think there’s a long way to go.'

UVic says it will release guidelines on use of AI by next semester

In the meantime, individual departments have set their own policies and put together ad-hoc solutions

Whistler Institute, Capilano University ink memorandum of understanding

The two organizations are establishing a formal connection two months after the announcement the North Vancouver-based university is coming to Squamish

President and chancellor reappointed at Vancouver Island University

Deborah Saucier’s second term begins in 2024 and Judith Sayers’ second term began in October

BCIT bestowed $5.5M for accessible high-school trades program

The Burnaby post-secondary is set to help roughly 400 students over the next seven years train for in-demand jobs across B.C.

Tentative deal ends job action by teaching support staff at Simon Fraser University

Nearly 1,600 members launched job action on Sept. 26 after being without a collective agreement for 19 months

Vancouver Island University plans years of cuts to tackle $20M deficit

The university, which has campuses in Nanaimo, Parksville, Powell River and Duncan, blames declining revenues in part on flat enrolment numbers