CPHR Alberta CEO Chris McNelly with Janet Colquhoun who recieved the Human Resources Institute of Alberta Award at Bow Valley College's Celebrating Student Futures. CPHR Alberta believes in the future of the human resources profession, so CPHR Alberta invests the the future of HR.
An election to fill four vacancies for the CPHR Alberta Board of Directors will be held between March 30th and April 6th, 2015. The results will be announced at the 2015 CPHR Alberta Conference on Wednesday, April 22.
CPHR Alberta is launching a new Mentorship Program! After reviewing the efficacy of our online Mentorship Program, we have decided to play a more active role in matching mentors to protégés in order to enhance the value of the program.
Three University of Alberta students won the second annual HRC West competition, held March 6 & 7, 2015 at Mount Royal University. Six teams from B.C. and Alberta competed in a contest presented by the Human Resources Institute of Alberta (CPHR Alberta).
Alberta is not the employment paradise it was two years ago.
The province’s employers are becoming more particular about hiring new staff and are expected to begin cutting personnel over the next six months, according to a Human Resources Institute of Alberta report.