​​​​​​

​topHRPA Media Clips​​​​​​

October 2018

What cannabis legalization means for Canadian employers 

The Globe and Mail


August 2018

Firms rush to update cannabis policy

National Post

Employers now face a time crunch on pot policy

CTV News

July 2018

Corporate Canada now seeing a quiet #MeToo reckoning

Toronto Star

What’s the buzz?

Enterprise Magazine 

'Quite frantic:' Employers are scrambling to address the issue of marijuana in the workplace

Financial Post

Sexual harassment still an all-too-real problem in Canadian business

Yahoo News


June 2018

Layoffs part of Manulife's move away from 'paper-based' past: experts

CTV News


Employers now face a time crunch on pot policy

CTV News

How might marijuana impact the workplace?

Ottawa Sun


Fostering a fresh culture

Canadian HR Reporter

Pursuing innovation requires revamped leadership agenda: Expert

Canadian HR Reporter

Ontario's HRPA welcomes new CEO

Canadian HR Reporter


May 2018 

Ontario should focus on expanded educational capabilities: HRPA

Canadian HR Reporter



April 2018

Cannabis conundrum: employers left with questions as legalization of marijuana approaches

The Chronicle Herald

March 2018

Engagement: The Next Big Shift in Employment

Toronto Star


‘Quite frantic:’ Employers are scrambling to address the issue of weed 

National Post

Why you should never hire a “taker” (and what that means)

Workopolis

Ontario takes aim at gender wage gap with pay transparency bill

The Globe and Mail

Civilian Workplaces Can Learn From How The Army Approaches Mental Illness

Huffington Post



February 2018

Hello, Dave: The nuts and bolts of the robot revolution as told by a human

The Calgary Herald/Swerve Magazine

Cannabis in workplaces

CBC Metro Morning

Flexibility key in supporting employees with caregiving responsibilities

Benefits Canada

Employers need guidance on legal cannabis (Segment) 

CBC Radio One

Important questions to consider before making changes to a benefits plan

Benefits Canada

Are workplaces ready for legalized marijuana?

Breakfast Television


Survey finds Canadian employers not ready for impacts of legalizing marijuana

AM800 Radio

Pharmacogenetic testing a growing area as pilot projects, research get underway

Benefits Canada 


January 2018

71% of Canadian employers not prepared for marijuana legalization (SURVEY)

Daily Hive

Canadian employers seek guidance on how to prepare for legalization of marijuana

BC Business

Most workplaces not yet ready for recreational marijuana legalization: Business of Cannabis

BNN – Business News Network

Workplace safety leading HR issue as marijuana legalization approaches: HRPA

Benefits Canada

Will marijuana affect productivity or safety in the workplace? A much-needed study is looking into it

Financial Post Executive

Does HR need AI?

Canadian HR Reporter

​Media Contact

Ruel Navia
Director, Communications and Marketing
rnavia@hrpa.ca
416.923.2324 ext. 356

Media Room

October 2018

What cannabis legalization means for Canadian employers 

The Globe and Mail


August 2018

Firms rush to update cannabis policy

National Post

Employers now face a time crunch on pot policy

CTV News

July 2018

Corporate Canada now seeing a quiet #MeToo reckoning

Toronto Star

What’s the buzz?

Enterprise Magazine 

'Quite frantic:' Employers are scrambling to address the issue of marijuana in the workplace

Financial Post

Sexual harassment still an all-too-real problem in Canadian business

Yahoo News


June 2018

Layoffs part of Manulife's move away from 'paper-based' past: experts

CTV News


Employers now face a time crunch on pot policy

CTV News

How might marijuana impact the workplace?

Ottawa Sun


Fostering a fresh culture

Canadian HR Reporter

Pursuing innovation requires revamped leadership agenda: Expert

Canadian HR Reporter

Ontario's HRPA welcomes new CEO

Canadian HR Reporter


May 2018 

Ontario should focus on expanded educational capabilities: HRPA

Canadian HR Reporter



April 2018

Cannabis conundrum: employers left with questions as legalization of marijuana approaches

The Chronicle Herald

March 2018

Engagement: The Next Big Shift in Employment

Toronto Star


‘Quite frantic:’ Employers are scrambling to address the issue of weed 

National Post

Why you should never hire a “taker” (and what that means)

Workopolis

Ontario takes aim at gender wage gap with pay transparency bill

The Globe and Mail

Civilian Workplaces Can Learn From How The Army Approaches Mental Illness

Huffington Post



February 2018

Hello, Dave: The nuts and bolts of the robot revolution as told by a human

The Calgary Herald/Swerve Magazine

Cannabis in workplaces

CBC Metro Morning

Flexibility key in supporting employees with caregiving responsibilities

Benefits Canada

Employers need guidance on legal cannabis (Segment) 

CBC Radio One

Important questions to consider before making changes to a benefits plan

Benefits Canada

Are workplaces ready for legalized marijuana?

Breakfast Television


Survey finds Canadian employers not ready for impacts of legalizing marijuana

AM800 Radio

Pharmacogenetic testing a growing area as pilot projects, research get underway

Benefits Canada 


January 2018

71% of Canadian employers not prepared for marijuana legalization (SURVEY)

Daily Hive

Canadian employers seek guidance on how to prepare for legalization of marijuana

BC Business

Most workplaces not yet ready for recreational marijuana legalization: Business of Cannabis

BNN – Business News Network

Workplace safety leading HR issue as marijuana legalization approaches: HRPA

Benefits Canada

Will marijuana affect productivity or safety in the workplace? A much-needed study is looking into it

Financial Post Executive

Does HR need AI?

Canadian HR Reporter

Media Archive

Click on the + to expand/contract each section.

December 2017

How should Canadian employers prepare for legal marijuana?

Macleans

Companies fret about hazy rules around pot use

The Financial Post



October 2017

Harassment investigators brace for possible Weinstein-inspired boost in complaints

The Canadian Press


Government, businesses not keeping up with speed of technology: report

The Globe and Mail/The Canadian Press

Government, business falling behind as automation, artificial intelligence gain ground
The Toronto Star

Report: Governments much modernize labour laws to prepare for jobs lost to automation
Beta Kit

Businesses, government unable to keep up with tech changes: report
CTV News

Employers, policy-makers urged to rethink future of work

B
enefits Canada

Machine learning and AI demand fundamental changes to the Canadian workforce: new report
Exchange Magazine

Greenhalgh steps down as HRPA's CEO
Canadian HR Reporter 

C-suite talks HR: Bill Greenhalgh, CEO, HRPA
Human Resources Director


August 2017

Canada 150 and the Modern Workplace: Emerging Health and Safety Concerns

National Newswatch 

Is workplace drug testing set to expand?

H
uman Resources Director



July 2017

HR’s biggest cannabis concerns revealed
Human Resources Director

Employers concerned about legalization of marijuana: Survey
Canadian HR Reporter


Employers concerned about ‘Wild West’ surrounding marijuana legalization: HRPA
Benefits Canada

Employers hazy on impact of legal pot: Survey
Toronto Star

Many companies dazed and confused on how to handle legal pot: survey
Global News

Human resources professionals call on government to clear the smoke on marijuana
The Financial Post

June 2017

My Generation: How to bring multiple generations together in your workplace

Charity Village


Is a CHRP designation worth the cost?

H
uman Resources Director

High schools failing to provide foundational soft skills: Survey
Canadian HR Reporter



May 2017

4 Ways Corporate Learning Needs Have Evolved

e
Learning Industry 


April 2017

The designations business leaders trust
Canadian HR Reporter

​Millennials in the workplace: Why they’re not entirely to blame for everything

Global News


March 2017

Getting to gender diversity and equality at senior levels “requires all of us” ​
Financial Post  (coverage of HRPA Annual Conference Keynote)

The First Line of Defense ​
CCCA Magazine ​


February 2017

Highlights from the 2017 HRPA conference​
Canadian HR Reporter 


New grads face tough road when transitioning to workplace: Surveys​

Canadian HR Reporter


​Promoting Success in Organizations

Canadian HR Reporter


What’s next for HRPA?
Canadian HR Reporter

November 2016​

Moonlighting at other jobs makes your employees more creative and productive
Canadian Business 

A Worker’s World​​

Business in Calgary Magazine

Sectoral Changes, Human Resources and the Changing Face of Alberta’s Economy

Business in Edmonton Magazine ​

HRPA competency and designation frameworks​
HR Reporter

3 Rules for Managing Political Talk in the Office​
Profit Guide

October 2016

Multinational ISO standard for HR competencies pushed by HRPA​​
HR Reporter​

How to avoid ticking off your Asia team​

T
he Globe and Mail​

Want A Skilled Workforce? You Need Skilled Collaboration​
Huffington Post

September 2016

HRPA pushes for multinational ISO standard for HR​
Canadian HR Reporter

June 2016

HRPA Applauds Direction of Ontario Premier's Highly Skilled Workforce Expert Panel Report
CNW

HRPA members who conduct workplace investigations to be exempt from the PSISA
Ontario News

Closing the gender wage gap​
Globe and Mail

New features and functionality for Hire Authority​


CPD Skills Self-Assessments pass 1,000​


April 2016

We need to do more to address the gender wage gap
Huffington Post Canada

A living wage benefits both the employee and the employer
Globe and Mail

OK, employers – it's 2016. Deal with pay equity
Canadian HR Reporter

Despite being well educated many women still fall behind in terms of pay
Financial Post


March 2016

Q&A with David Usher
Toronto Sun

Brighter days ahead for Canadian economy, says CIBC's Benjamin Tal
Toronto Sun

February 2016

Leaders can build engagement by giving up control​
Huffington Post Canada

What your workplace might look like in 2025
CPA Canada

Where HR Professionals Get It Wrong: Employment Counsels’ Collective Musings
Lexicology

HRPA’s regulatory agenda revisited​
Canadian HR Reporter​

Empower to boost performance,ex-nuke sub commander says
The Bottom Line

Managing change often about managing fear​​
The Bottom Line

 

January 2016

To catch a liar​
Toronto Sun

It’s all about performance​
Canadian HR Reporter

How do HR practitioners prefer to learn?
Canadian HR Reporter

Are passive candidates necessarily better ones?​​
Canadian HR Reporter

December 2015

Can you get fired for appearing on the Ashley Madiso​n list?
Toronto Sun

The change matrix: How modifying behaviour can boost performance
Financial Post

November 2015

HR a great career with right designations
Toronto Sun


October 2015

No escaping bad behavior outside of work​​
The Bottom Line

Up Close and Personnel
Al Jazeera America

September 2015

Similarities, differences between HR and accounting
The Bottom Line

Why your HR department might be evil
CBC Radio

August 2015

Successful Professionalization: What Can We Learn From Forsyth & Danisiewicz (1985)?​
Queen’s University IRC

Why employers are caring for the caregivers
Globe and Mail

Quebec said to be considering rejoining CCHRA
Canadian HR Reporter

July 2015

Behaving Badly​
Today’s Trucking​

June 2015

How General Electric CEO Jack Welch learned to love human resources ​ 
Financial Post

Top job in HR needs CEO skills
Canadian HR Reporter

May 2015

He's Fired. Who's Next 
Macleans

How much do you need to retire?
Canadian HR Reporter

I trust HR, do you?
Canadian HR Reporter

Self regulation is in
Winnipeg Free Press

April 2015

What does the professionalization of HR mean for business?
Financial Post

Behavour speaks volumes about your brand​
The Bottom Line

Serendipity—the stuff behind breakthroughs
The Bottom Line

Too many inbox messages?
The Bottom Line​​

March 2015

Engagement, strategy and a seat at the table
Canadian HR Reporter

Youth denied careers in construction

Toronto Sun

February 2015

Why workplace harassment still exists
National Post

The winners in this century will be focused on people
The Bottom Line

Providing Paid Leave For Canada's Caregivers Is a Win-Win
Huffington Post

One-half of HR professionals against Ontario’s proposed pension plan  Survey
Canadian HR Reporter

HRPA members prefer CPP expansion over ORPP
Benefits Canada

Pay differentials, wealth inequality and HR professionalism
HR Magazine

January 2015​

Do employers care about caregivers?
Canadian HR Reporter

Target hits mark with severance fund
Canadian HR Reporter

Big data’s importance to HR grows​
Employee Benefit News

Enhancing HR’s credibility as a business function
Canadian HR Reporter

Unleash your Heroes​
National Post/Ottawa Citizen

December 2014

Don’t make employees choose between their job and providing end-of-life care to a loved one  
Financial Post

Is HR the fun police?​  
Canadian HR Reporter

Mixed response to HRPA's new designations  
Canadian HR Reporter


November 2014

Compassionate care policies provide care for caregivers_D&A magazine 
CPA

AHRI agreement to internationalise 
Australian HR HCOnline

Compassionate Care Policies​
Markham Board of Trade magazine

HRPA designations
Business in Vancouver

HRPA unveils framework for new HR designations
Canadian HR Reporter​

New designations for a brave new world
Globe and Mail

Compassionate Care Policies Provide “Care for the Caregivers”
Leading Indicator

HRPA introduces three new designations to accommodate industry changes​
HRMonline

HRPA launching 3-level HR designation
Canadian HR Reporter

When words are not enough​
Lawyer's Weekly

October 2014

Brock HRMA serves to prepare students for the career world
The Brock Press

Compassionate care benefits boost staff engagement
Benefits Canada

Compassionate care leave policies increase engagement, retention: Survey​
Canadian HR Reporter

Compassionate Care leave policies provides  care for the caregivers
NorthumberlandView.ca​

Delving in to HR's DNA
Canadian HR Reporter

HRPA introduces three new designations
Benefits Canada

HRPA launches 3 new HR designations
Canadian HR Reporter

HRPA report calls for reform of Ontario's College of Trades
Midland Mirror

September 2014

Revised CHRP competencies reflect HR's evolution​
Canadian HR Reporter

Should HR be split in 2?​
Canadian HR Reporter

Recertification doesn’t have to be a costly endeavor​
Canadian HR Reporter​

August 2014

Engage employees for better performance​
Bottom Line

July 2014

Designation war brewing south of border
Canadian HR Reporter

HRPA opens registration for its own knowledge exam
Canadian HR Reporter

Ontario Please come back to the CCHRA
Canadian HR Reporter

SHRP no longer offered by Sask HR association​
Canadian HR Reporter

June 2014

New HRPA report calls for reform of OCOT to tackle province's skilled trades shortage​
Collingwood Connection, Stayner Sun, Meaford Express

Keep clothes professional in summer
Prince George Citizen

May 2014

Hudak vows to cut regulation for Ontario business by one-third​
Globe and Mail

Ontario Election 2014: Tim Hudak Says He Can Create 200,000 Skilled Trades Jobs​
Huffington Post – this was a CP item that was picked up across Ontario

Apprentice Ships: New Report Suggests Ontario Make Changes To Its Regime. "J. Scott Allison", Human Resources Professionals Association
OMNI News – Cantonese

Harris in Elmira to promote Tory plan to abolish OCOT​
New Hamburg Independent

HRPA to leave Canadian Council of Human Resources Associations​
Canadian HR Reporter

Finding great success in sensitivity​
Metro-Winnipeg & Toronto

Poor HR practices under microscope​
Canadian HR Reporter

Many HR pros say unpaid internships unfair​
Barrie Advance, Stayner Sun, Meaford Express

Are unpaid internships unfair​
Markham Board of Trade magazine

April 2014

Why Corporate Canada is on the brink of a leadership crisis​
Financial Post​

Identifying when an internship becomes exploitation isn’t that complicated — and neither is dealing with it​
Financial Post

Should unpaid internships end  HR industry seems to agree
HRMonline

HR sour on unpaid interns​
Canadian HR Reporter

Bill Kelly Show interview CHML-Hamilton​ with Kristina Hidas interview (unpaid interns)
Todd Veinotte Show interview with Kristina Hidas interview (unpaid interns)

​Finance know-how vital to HR success​
Canadian HR Reporter

Why should I do performance reviews​
Small Biz Advisor

Reference checks
Truck News

Unleashing the secrets of great performance​
Your Workplace

Peter Mansbridge on Canada’s legacy of caring​
Your Workplace

March 2014

Tweets of wisdom​
Today’s Trucking

Race goes to the determined more often than the talented​
The Bottom Line

Common vision, shared goals crucial: Hassan​
The Bottom Line

Status quo not a bad thing in BC​
Canadian HR Reporter

Ontario puts regulatory bill through its paces​
Canadian HR Reporter

Diagnosing the need for doctors’ notes​
Canadian HR Reporter

February 2014

Is cultural incompetence holding you back?​
HRMonline

New HRPA program for organizations to understand benefits of culturally inclusive workplace
Canadian Immigrant

Ask HR: How do I get an underperforming employee to improve
Small Biz Advisor

Ensuring new managers get the training they need to manage employees
Truck News

Some American Companies Like Netflix Have Started Offering The So Called Endless Summer To Staff.  "Phil Wilson" With HRPA Says He Likes The Idea 
CFRB – Live Drive with John Tory

January 2014

Demand booms for business professionals
Metro – Toronto

Looking back at 2013​
Canadian HR Reporter

How to create a performance goldmine​
Toronto Sun

Chris Hadfield’s call for collaboration​​
Globe and Mail

Learn the art of negative feedback
Canadian HR Reporter

Plenty of reasons to be optimistic
Canadian HR Reporter​​​​​​

HRPA Footer