HALIFAX, Nova Scotia – Royer Thompson Management & Human Resources Consulting today released the 2018 Termination & Severance Practices in Canada Study, the only survey of its kind that reflects data strictly from Canada. This year’s survey reflects that Canadian companies continue to make difficult decisions to optimize company performance however, these companies care about […]
HALIFAX, Nova Scotia – Sonya Stevens, Ph.D., ACC, is joining Royer Thompson Management and Human Resources as Senior Director, Talent & Leadership Development, effective September 17th. Sonya recently returned to Halifax after six years in Toronto, where she held a leadership role in learning and development with TD Bank and consulted at a global consulting […]
With pending retirements, succession planning is an imperative for all organizations in Canada. It is also an opportunity for Boards and Executive teams to refresh the organization and bring more diverse and inclusive perspectives into the mix. Yet there is often an “allergic reaction” to the topic of succession planning. The reaction seems most acute […]
Ellen Snook, Human Resources Coordinator “Ah, the relief of finishing exams and earning a university degree”, that seems to be the first sentence I hear when I talk to the graduates of 2018. The second sentence is usually about the stresses of finding a job, or if they have found a job, the fact that […]
Given the accelerated change of pace occurring within companies today, employee exits are more common than ever. Whether due to downsizing, restructuring or retooling of skill sets, the impact of departures is difficult for those who leave and those who remain within the company to carry on. Thoughtful planning, empathy and a desire to treat […]
Amy Reid, BComm, RPR, is joining Royer Thompson Management & Human Resources Consulting as Partner and Vice President Recruitment with responsibility for expanding the firm’s recruitment practice.