Human Resources & Education

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

B.C. demand for engineers expected to drop 42% over next five years

Province expected to create the fewest number of engineering job openings from 2020 to 2025, compared with Ontario, Quebec and Alberta

B.C. engineering firms grow after 2020 contraction

Median employment growth at top firms outpaced average growth over the past year

Influential Women in Business Awards: Joy MacPhail

Lifetime Achievement Award winner: Chair, Insurance Corp. of British Columbia; co-owner, OutTV

Here are the 15 most sought-after jobs in Vancouver right now

If you’re looking for work right now, some critical jobs are experiencing a surge during the global crisis

Musqueam student Karen Dan fulfills a family wish

Karen Dan, 60, is a residential school survivor and driven by the memory of her late mother’s wish: to see her graduate from high school. After seven years of residential elementary school, and...

B.C.'s recovery economy: Fast-changing job market spurs new approach to training

Special report: Reskilling, upskilling and micro-credentials key to adjusting to massive workplace disruption

New Canadians can reduce trades shortage

Changes to immigration policies are needed to attract migrants who can meet skilled trades construction needs

The business case for diversity and inclusion

Diverse workforce brings fresh perspectives, reduces turnover, fosters innovation, says president of Canadian Construction Association

Tech, marketing firms make the business case for diversity

B.C. companies urge organizations to recognize negative business impact of inclusion deficit

2020 BIV Newsmaker of the Year: provincial health officer Bonnie Henry

Q&A: The public face of B.C.’s struggle against the COVID-19 pandemic shares lessons learned, scary surprises, and her optimism about the months ahead