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For more information on Queen’s IRC’s practitioner-focused research, please contact our research team at: ircresearch@queensu.ca

News AND EVENTS

Paul Juniper

Director’s Note – August 2016

Do you know about Botlr, the robot who delivers room service requests to guests at the Aloft Starwood Hotel in California? How about Brian, a robot that provides companionship to seniors in a nursing home? Robots are just one example of how technology is affecting the workplace, and changing the skills that humans will require in the future.

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Program Planner

Queen’s IRC Fall 2016-Fall 2017 Program Planner

We are pleased to announce our Fall 2016-Fall 2017 Program Planner is ready to be downloaded. It introduces our new training program, Strategies for Workplace Conflicts, which gives participants practical and effective conflict resolution skills for managing everyday workplace disputes. The Program Planner also details all of our foundational and advanced programs, as well as our Certificate Series.

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Paul Juniper

A Message from Queen’s IRC Director Paul Juniper – July 2016

When I joined Queen’s IRC in 2006, I was appointed as Director of the Centre for a five-year term. I was renewed in 2011, and I am delighted to report that I have again been reappointed as Queen’s IRC Director for an additional five years. I am proud of the work we have done at Queen’s IRC in the past five years.

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Stephanie Noel, Queen's IRC Director

Looking Back on Spring 2016…

As we prepare to enjoy the summer with our family and friends, I would like to take a minute to thank all the people who attend our programs and the organizations who sponsor them. Congratulations to those who have earned their certificates. This spring, we introduced our HR Metrics and Analytics program, which teaches you how to transform HR data into business insight. This program has filled a need in our community, and has also been very popular as a custom offering.

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Stephanie Noel, Queen's IRC Director

Queen’s IRC 2016 Professional Development Survey Results and Winners

With over 950 responses to our Queen's IRC Professional Development Awareness Survey, I am pleased to announce the winners of the $50 coffee cards, and share some of the results with you. We received responses from across Canada, and a few outside Canada, with 53% from Ontario, and 18% from Alberta. The majority of our respondents (64%) are in the 40 to 59 age group.  About 22% of the respondents are unionized, and 41% identified HR as their primary role within their organization.

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Professional Development Awareness Survey 2016

Professional Development Awareness Survey 2016

The Queen's IRC Sales and Marketing team is conducting a survey in an effort to better understand the professional development needs of HR and LR professionals. This survey should take approximately 10 minutes to complete. For your time, you will be eligible to enter a draw for one of six $50 Starbucks or Tim Hortons gift cards. Your feedback is very important to us. We thank you in advance for taking the time to complete the survey. >> Complete Survey

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Managing Emotional Reactions to Organizational Change

Top 5 Queen’s IRC Articles from 2015

Here are the most popular articles Queen's IRC released in 2015. 1. Managing Emotional Reactions to Organizational Change. 2. Workplace Bullying and Harassment: Costly Conduct. 3. An Inquiry into the State of HR in Canada in 2013: Executive Summary. 4. The Tough Work of Managing Change. 5. Human Rights and Human Wrongs: Our Continuing Need to Teach

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Paul Juniper

Director’s Note – January 2016

Do you or your workplace need a spring tuneup? It can be easy to fall into habits that may seem innocuous, but may actually be hindering your progress. Spring is a great time to review and renew, and Queen’s IRC has just what you need to get a fresh start, with certificate programs, custom programs, and some new opportunities based on requests from our clients.

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ABOUT OUR PRACTITIONER-ORIENTED RESEARCH

Our research includes a variety of activities that complement our programming. Through surveys, interviews, and articles, we aim to communicate trends in the HR and LR fields.

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