• Introduction to HACCP Principles: Building a Strong Foundation!

    In this course, we will embark on a journey to understand and master the principles of the Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point (HACCP) system. Designed in alignment with Codex Alimentarius guidelines, this course serves as your gateway to the world of food safety management systems.  
  • Communiquer, engager et maintenir en poste

    Les éléments constitutifs de la communication entre les employés sur le lieu de travail sont présentés dans ce rapport sectoriel.   Il comprend deux analyses de rentabilisation pour vous aider et des conseils utiles pour : Communication avec les salariés, Les impliquer, et, A terme, les conserver.
  • Human Resources (HR) Toolkit

    Backed by government and industry leading LMI (Labour Market Information), the FPSC’s HR Toolkit guides you through 10 streamlined modules. Everything you need to know to work in and run a business in Canada’s largest industry is at your fingertips. Each Module is easy to follow, straightforward and comprehensive. Complete with companion resources ready to use, and easy to adapt to your unique corporate branding.  
  • Human Resources (HR) Toolkit – MODULE 10: Employment Termination

    Involuntary termination is when an employer fires or terminates an employee due to poor performance, just cause, for economic reasons, or for any other reason for which they feel the employee’s services are no longer required. While dismissing an employee is never pleasant, it needn’t be stressful. You can conduct a termination in a professional manner and minimize the risk of legal action simply by being prepared and following best practices.  
  • Human Resources (HR) Toolkit – MODULE 9: Diversity and Inclusion

    Issues relating to diversity and inclusion such as recruitment and retention, employer reputation, employer branding and meeting employer legal and human rights requirements are gaining more attention from employees, managers and business owners in Canada. Diversity encompasses all of the ways in which individual people differ, while inclusion is creating a culture that embraces, respects, accepts, and values diversity. Employers have a significant influence on society and can play an important role in making our communities better places to live.  Fostering a diverse and inclusive workplace can improve the employee experience and drive the success of your company as a whole, but commitment to it starts with the leaders at your organization.  
  • Human Resources (HR) Toolkit – MODULE 8: Health and Safety

    Workplace health and safety (H&S) is a must for all organizations. Employers must show due diligence by taking all the precautions that are reasonable to protect the well-being of employees.  Employees must share in this responsibility by exhibiting a working knowledge of health and safety topics and by participating in efforts towards protecting themselves and anyone else around them.  
  • Human Resources (HR) Toolkit – MODULE 7: Retention

    Managing your business for employee retention involves strategic actions to keep employees satisfied, motivated and engaged so they remain employed and fully productive with your organization. A comprehensive employee retention program includes measuring turnover, taking stock of employee satisfaction and understanding why employees leave the organization.  Daily practices that foster a healthy work environment and effective communication support these efforts and ultimately contribute towards employee retention.  
  • Human Resources (HR) Toolkit – MODULE 6: Managing Performance

    An effective performance management system helps the leadership team, managers and employees communicate goals, share information, foster learning and development, and explore career progression opportunities.  Organization goals and objectives are supported on a day-to-day basis with effective employee communication designed to manage workplace conflict as it arises and with well-designed Disciplinary Action Processes and Employee Reward Programs.  
  • Human Resources (HR) Toolkit – MODULE 5: Training and Development

    Employee Training and Development is used by organizations to develop the knowledge, skills and abilities of employees in its workforce.  It's an investment in the people who are a fundamental part of the business and who make an impact on the quality, costs and value of products and services being offered to customers. Sound Training and Development Programs are designed with the goal of making a "return on investment" (ROI) towards attaining the organization's goals or performance objectives.  

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