Human Resources & Education

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

BIV's 2020 Forty under 40 winners announced

Annual awards pay tribute to B.C.'s brightest and best young entrepreneurs

Mental health check: How Vancouver is coping with the pandemic

Musicians, psychologists, police discuss city upended by COVID-19

Employee Health – Small Businesses need options in time of COVID-19

It’s always tough for British Columbia’s half a million small businesses to compete and thrive, but COVID-19 has created a business climate that is almost unrecognizable—creating an even tougher...

B.C. workers still at risk: mental health group

Association seeks $2b commitment to help employees during pandemic

41% of B.C. workers ready to leave jobs amid pandemic: survey

What happened: New survey results show impacts of pandemic on B.C. workers Why it matters: As B.C. moves into the cooler months, the impacts may become more pronounced Just as the pandemic is...

B.C. 2019 workplace deaths match record high

Cost of claims hit almost $1.34 billion: annual report

Turn of seasons highlights business mental health concerns

Metro Vancouver companies brace for spike in stress and anxiety as pandemic extends into fall

Charting a return to work during and after a pandemic

Study examines how to reintegrate employees into workplace as COVID-19 restrictions ease

Contact tracing working well, with no outbreaks in B.C. schools: Henry

Health authorities were not ‘fully aligned’ on sharing COVID-19 school exposures, says Henry

BIV Women in Business Podcast Series

Beginning Monday, September 28, BIV will present a week-long series of podcasts covering women in business in British Columbia. Kari Yuers, the chair of the Greater Vancouver Board of Trade and CEO...