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HR Notes

What's Trending in HR Tech

Top 10 HR tech trends to watch for in 2016

HR Technology Trends to Watch

HR Technology Trends: Beware of Shiny Objects

Five Hot HR Tech Trends for 2015 [Infographic]

Revamping The Status Quo In 2015: 4 Trends In HR Technology
How “people analytics” is transforming human resources

What’s Holding Women Back in the Workplace?

3 Things Managers Should Be Doing Every Day

Can one manager really replace an entire HR team?

Healthy employees create healthy revenue

Second annual Mental Health Awareness Week continues dialogue

How women can break through: Act like women, not men

Survey reveals Canada still has a ways to go on workplace discrimination

Top family-friendly employers help workers juggle careers, home life

Canada's Nurses Call for New Government to Promote a Health Care Agenda

Can My Employer's HR Call My Doctor if I Am Out of Work Due to Illness?

Inexperienced nurses a 'rural reality,' Central Health NL says
Featured Careers
From the Longwoods Archives
Inter-professional Collaboration as a Health Human Resources Strategy: Moving Forward with a Western Provinces Research Agenda
Grace Mickelson, Esther Suter, Siegrid Deutschlander, Lesley Bainbridge, Liz Harrison, Ruby Grymonpre and Shelanne Hepp
Inter-professional (IP) collaboration in healthcare is an increasingly valued strategy to improve patient, provider and system outcomes. 

The Effect of the Conflict on Syria’s Health System and Human Resources for Health
Aula Abbara, Karl Blanchet, Zaher Sahloul, Fouad Fouad, Adam Coutts and Wasim Maziak
Prior to the conflict, Syria’s health system was comparable with that of other middle-income countries; however, the prolonged conflict has led to significant destruction of the health infrastructure.


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  • Maura McKinnon to Chief Human Resources Officer, Horizon Health Network, Miramichi, NB
  • Michael Hayden to Chief of Staff, Miramichi and surrounding area, Horizon Health Network, Miramichi, NB
  • Shannon Gullberg to Languages Commissioner, NWT Government, Yellowknife, NT
  • Dianne Carmichael to Managing Director, Health Venture Services, MaRS, Toronto, ON
  • Linda Hughes to Board Chair, Alberta Health Services, Edmonton, AB
  • Donald Boudreau to Acting Associate Dean, Medical Education and Student Affairs, Faculty of Medicine, McGill University, Montreal, QC
  • Jane Bowers to Director of Fund Development, Mount St. Mary Hospital, Victoria, BC
  • Jeremy Theal, North York General Hospital’s Chief Medical Information Officer, has been awarded the Minister’s Medal for his work and leadership in the development of the Canadian CPOE Toolkit, Toronto, ON
  • Dr. Amanda Black to Research Chair in Women’s Health, The Ottawa Hospital, Ottawa, ON
  • Dr. Sony Singh to Research Chair in Women’s Health, The Ottawa Hospital, Ottawa, ON
  • André Picard to the Chair of the Healthy Canada Conference Series, Toronto, ON
  • Terry Shields to CEO, Leamington District Memorial Hospital, Leamington, ON
  • Justin Trudeau to Prime MInister of Canada, Ottawa, ON
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