Human Resources Featured Stories:

    • Carving The New Landscape

      by Liane Angerman, Associate Editor

      In a competitive work environment, extrinsic rewards such as fringe benefits, promotion, bonuses, commissions, or conditions of work no longer entice employees to increase their levels of performance. However, intrinsic rewards, which are more personal and directly tied to a completion of a task or attainment of a specific goal, have proven to motivate employee […]

    • Workplace Cohesion: Eliminating the Cognitive Gap

      by Katie Marks

      Virtually every company can attest to “gaps” in the system occurring in areas of skills, generations, age, culture, compensation, gender, education, knowledge, technology, and more. There is, however, one gap that is too often overlooked and is present in the most basic of human functions—thinking. Despite such a strong emphasis on employee attraction and retention, […]

    • Labrador

      by Tina Olivero

      What has 3100 new job opportunities, 24 million in funding for fiber optics, and a 13 percent increase in air passenger traffic? That’s right… Way up north in the majestic ­Labrador landscape lies a wealth of opportunity and growth that will, once again, catapult the province of ­Newfoundland and Labrador to an all-time high. Nestled […]

    • Social Recruiting and Social Job Seekers

      by Stefanie Hanz, BHRM

      Connect with me, I’m Social! http://www.linkedin.com/in/stefhanz http://branchout.com/StefHanz http://twitter.com/SourceSpot Social recruiting has quickly become one of the hottest topics in the recruitment industry. Recruiters rely heavily on reaching both active and passive job seekers, and building connections. Social media complements the arsenal of tools and techniques used to source top talent, and recruiters are quickly harnessing […]

    • “Re-Inventing the Entire Hiring Process – Scientifically”

      by Aaryn Lambert

      Nothing wrong with dial phones and vinyl records – way back when. But, times change and people adapt to the new and better. So, why should oil and gas companies continue hiring (especially for big-ticket professionals) in the old-fashioned way? Globally, more energy companies have changed their hiring practices. They are connecting with a more […]

    • Exciting Millennial Futures in Oil and Gas

      by Stefanie Hanz, BHRM

      It’s an exciting time for Millennials in the energy industry! With diverse domestic, international and offshore exploration and development projects underway around the world, opportunities are abundant for emerging young leaders to build their careers and help shape the future of the global energy sector. My Role in Recruitment Earlier this year, I made the […]

    • The Art of Character Discernment

      by Tina Olivero

      Picking the Right People, Partners, Alliances and Colleagues. This article will save you time and money as you learn to discern people’s characters and finally pick the right partners, team players and business allies for your success. It will allow you to turn those daunting irresponsible, destructive and energy-draining relationships into a whole new working […]

    • Carpe Diem Seize the “Diversity” Day

      by Bobbie Boland

      Without question, the development of offshore oil in Newfoundland is the catalyst for better economic times, and the current Hebron development and benefits agreement with the province is distinctive in its own right. The commitment to develop a Gender Equity Program and Diversity Program and Business Access Strategies for both groups is opening doors for […]

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