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Land Acknowledgements: Making them Meaningful

Most events we go to today – webinars, conferences panel discussions – lead with a land acknowledgement. All too commonly, these are read off re-used sheets of paper, directed by a teleprompter or the first template found on a google search. But less commonly, do we see them come directly from the heart. This is …

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9 Shifts Employers Can Expect in 2023

9 Shifts Employers Can Expect in 2023 To better equip HR teams for the evolution of work, we’ve compared findings from 7+ reports anticipating both gradual and major shifts that employers can expect in the coming year. Based on the findings and our own intersecting experiences, we share our top 9 suggestions to help hiring …

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Workplace Wellness: From Surviving to Thriving

Workplace wellness strategies for the post-pandemic world As Nova Scotians continue to process trauma from the events of the past two and a half years, the prioritization of employee mental health continues to gain momentum.  Earlier this month, Karn Nichols, Executive Director of Canadian Mental Health Association, NS Division (CMHA) and Bradley Daye, Co-Founder and …

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One of the most common questions we get asked at P4G. And why we don’t recommend starting there.

“How do I diversify my organization?” This is something we get asked often at P4G. And when you dig in, the real question behind it is often, how can I hire more People of Colour?“ While the intention is likely coming from a good place, it’s not the question we recommend starting with. Before we …

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We will not be closing for the holiday, Monday September 19th. Here’s why.

Our team has been sitting in the gravity of what we are all living through right now. This includes the privileged, celebratory lens we are inundated with regarding the Queen’s death. We express our condolences to the Royal Family for losing a loved one. However, we cannot take this day to celebrate or mourn the …

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Pay Transparency Drives Pay Equity

The 12.6 % wage gap between racialized, university-educated, Canadian-born people and their white peers didn’t just happen by itself (this means on average, racialized workers are making 87.4 cents for every dollar earned by a white worker). Organizations are typically built in a way that upholds inequity.  In our industry, we consistently hear stories from …

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Why Placemaking in Recruiting?

Considering the name of our company, it seems only natural that the philosophy of placemaking would form the foundation of our work. At the very beginning of P4G, we set out to challenge the definition, experience and expectations of recruiting. We identified with the term Placemaking, a process and philosophy that serves to strengthen the …

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