Human Resources & Education

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

Almost half of Canadians check weather more than pay stubs, study finds

A study conducted by Angus Reid found 35 per cent of Canadians find reviewing their pay stub is intimidating.

Over 30 roadside workers injured in B.C. last year

“Cone Zones are there to protect and save lives”

Enbridge snaps up stake in West Coast LNG plant as demand surges

Enbridge Inc. has extended its push into liquified natural gas as global demand soars, scooping up a stake in a proposed LNG project on the West Coast.

B.C. workers warned to look out for heat injuries as temperatures soar

WorkSafeBC puts out a warning as an incoming heat wave expected to bring peak temperatures to 40 C in some parts of the province this week

UBC's top job to be open soon as Dr. Santa Ono heads to Michigan

The Vancouver university will need to find its 16th president soon

Accounting firms shifting into post-pandemic world

Work schedules to include more remote work and less business travel

Doctor crisis: How much does it cost to become a family doctor?

The economics of family doctoring are appealing to fewer and fewer medical school grads

Doctor Crisis: B.C.’s doctor business diagnosis

Foreign-trained MDs ready to help ease doctor shortage, but political will lacking: observer

Half of British Columbians in favour of a pet-friendly workplace

Most survey respondents agreed that having pets in the workplace improves their mood and stress levels.