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Companies struggle with onboarding talent

Survey finds many new hires unhappy with experience – especially if it’s virtual – which could lead to ‘great regret’ This article is sourced from https://www.hrreporter.com/focus-areas/culture-and-engagement/companies-struggle-with-onboarding-talent/366154 Published Tuesday, May 24, 2022 As the pandemic slowly subsides and many employers ramp up operations, recruiting top talent is a big priority — especially if they’re losing talent …

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When HR Professionals Complain They Can’t Find Black Youths, Is It Really A Black Youth Problem?

On Thursday, January 20, 2022, Black Human Resources Professionals of Canada (BlackHRPC) hosted a learning event themed Hiring Youth. The program which was an informative session and started at 12pm with introductions by the convener and founder of BlackHRPC, Tanya Sinclair. The guest speaker, Stachen Frederick, the Executive Director at Frontlines Toronto, is an award-winning …

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8 everyday challenges black employees encounter at work

Racialized Canadian workers, particularly those who identify as Black, face a host of challenges and discrimination that their white counterparts don’t give a second thought. From access to opportunities, to worrying about how ‘white’ their resume appears, to their ability to be their authentic self at work without repercussions, to being the only person in their workplace to represent their community, Black workers face dozens of everyday hurdles, small and large, that impact their career trajectory and ability to simply make a living. 

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