Videos of four experts online on the Ordre's portal
MONTREAL, Aug. 2 /CNW Telbec/ - Although the construction holidays are over, the summer is still in full swing, which means a slowdown in tempo for many workplaces. During this period, when café terraces are packed and motivation levels are low, the Ordre des conseillers en ressources humaines agréés takes a closer look at the question and offers some recommendations from authorities in the field. Providing tips on effective management practices for this period, these video clips are now available free of charge online.
"It's no secret that it's harder for workers to stay motivated in the summer and productivity is affected. The message we'd like to get across with these clips is that it's important for organizations to make sure their troops are still motivated and happy despite this slowdown. According to these experts, managers can adopt certain practices and relax others in the summer months without creating a precedent. That way, their employees will be at the top of their game when everyone is back at work," explains Florent Francoeur, CHRP, Ordre President and CEO.
The following four HR professionals give concrete examples of measures that can be introduced:
- Julie Carignan, CHRP, Organizational Psychologist and Partner, Société
Pierre Boucher (SPB)
- Pascale Bouchard, CHRP, Founding President, Nexa
- Jacques Forest, CHRP, Ph. D., Professor and Researcher, Département
d'organisation et ressources humaines, Université du Québec à Montréal
- Catherine Privé, CHRP, President and Partner, Alia Consulting Inc.
To view the videos, click here: http://www.portailrh.org/StudioRH/ete.aspx (in French only).
About the Ordre des conseillers en ressources humaines agréés
The Ordre des conseillers en resources humaines agréés is the primary reference organization in its field in Quebec. It has a membership of more than 10,000 professionals, candidates and students, including 5,600 CHRPs and 2,400 CIRCs. It is the only human resources organization devoted to the protection of the public authorized by the Professional Code to confer these professional designations.
Active in all sectors, CHRPs and CIRCs contribute to the development and maintenance of a healthy working atmosphere and a safe, efficient organizational environment that respects the uniqueness of each and every employee. They also represent employers and employees in various areas of HR management, from labour relations, to staffing, training, occupational health and safety, organizational development and compensation.
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