June 10, 2022
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The COVID-19 pandemic dramatically changed how Canadians work, and the post-secondary sector is no exception as it quickly adapted to remote work arrangements in order to keep their workforce healthy, safe and productive. Institutions are now exploring new opportunities resulting from the pandemic in terms of whether flexible work arrangements could be adopted and to … Continue reading "Post-Pandemic Work Arrangements"
April 4, 2022
The New Student Connect program is an online university community where new students from all over the world connect with others entering their first-year at UVic using Microsoft Teams. Throughout the 2020-2021 Academic year, UVic has hired and trained a host of compassionate and experienced upper-year students who want to make the first-year experience of these students … Continue reading "UVic’s New Student Connect program"
June 15, 2021
The Shared Resources program was developed to redeploy UVic employees on temporary layoff due to COVID-19 and to provide a mechanism for UVic departments to share capacity among staff based on increased or decreased workloads. UVic’s response to COVID-19, as with most universities, created a surge in demand for services in some departments, and a lack of … Continue reading "UVic’s Shared Resources Program"
June 15, 2021
April 26, 2021
CAUBO knows that members need evidence-based data to support their institutional decision-making. To address this need a partnership agreement has been signed with HR Metrics Service (HRMS) to provide CAUBO members with quality HR benchmarking services. HRMS is a privately owned national benchmarking service with 65 client organizations from a variety of sectors, including several … Continue reading "CAUBO Partnership with HR Metrics Service"
February 16, 2021
Webinar – Hiring for Social Impact: HE Leadership in Diversity Recruitment and Retention (PDF Presentation)
Webinar - Hiring for Social Impact: HE Leadership in Diversity Recruitment and Retention (PDF Presentation)
August 5, 2020
Clinical and field placements are essential to the development of critical thinking and clinical decision-making in nursing education. The Faculty of Nursing at MacEwan University is responsible to provide approximately 2500 clinical days per academic year to our nursing students. Regulatory nursing education program approval bodies mandate that all students must participate in clinical and … Continue reading "Nurse Educator Resource Faculty Project"
June 29, 2020
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