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CSAE BC 2019 CALENDAR OF EVENTS 
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Become a 2019 MLA Appreciation Event Sponsor!
CSAE BC

On Monday May 13th, CSAE BC is hosting their annual MLA Appreciation event at the Fairmont Empress Hotel, Victoria. As in previous years, we are offering event sponsorship opportunities including ‘Gold’, Silver’ and Bronze’ levels, or we can customize a sponsorship program to meet your marketing needs and budget.

If your organization is seeking greater visibility, optimal brand and marketing exposure, we invite you become a 2019 MLA Event sponsor, but don't forget to get your sponsorship information in early in order to receive all the pre-event recognition and branding, including complimentary tickets to the event!

Please click here to view our sponsorship program or if you require additional information, please contact our CSAE BC office @ bc@csae.com.


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FEATURES 

13 Ideas for Generating Non-Dues Revenue
MEMBER CLICKS

Membership dues are a big part of your organization’s overall revenue stream. But in order to attract more members, it’s important to keep those membership dues down. And in order to retain existing members, it’s important to try your best to keep those dues consistent year after year. 

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The S.M.A.R.T. Approach to Employee Recognition In The Workplace
PEOPLE TALK

Showing your employees you appreciate a job well done is a critical leadership skill. It reinforces positive behavior, builds trust and increases engagement in the workplace. However, a simple “Thank You” is often not enough…nor is giving a $25 gift card. 

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10 Tips to Create a Winning Remote Company Culture
PEOPLE TALK

It is predicted that 38 per cent of full-time staff will be working remotely in the next decade. Reasons for increased remote staff include shortage of talent; greater interest among workers in pursuing flexible work arrangements; emerging technologies; increased globalization. 

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NETWORK NEWS 

Welcome to New Members
CSAE BC

Andrea Burton Nurses and Nurse Practitioners of BC Director Member Strategies and Stakeholder Engagement
Kara Douglas Chartered Professionsals in Human Resources of British Columbia & Yukon Senior Manager, Marketing, Communications & Member Affairs
Trevor Hargreaves British Columbia Real Estate Association VP, Government Relations and Stakeholder Engagement
Darlene Hyde British Columbia Real Estate Association Cheif Executive Officer
Sinden Luciuk Doctors of BC Executive Director, Members' Products and Services
Lavinia Morin Sheraton Vancouver Airport Hotel Sales Manager
Brendon Ogmundson British Columbia Real Estate Association Deputy Chief Economist
Sheh Shojaee Chartered Professionals in Human Resources of British Columbia & Yukon Director of Operations & Strategic HR
Alexandra Suchy Canadian Bar Association British Columbia Branch Director of Member Services

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INDUSTRY NEWS

Majority of Canadian employers expecting HR disruption ahead: study
BENEFITS CANADA

Three-quarters (77 per cent) of Canadian executives predict significant disruption in human resources in the next three years, according to Mercer’s 2019 global talent trends study.

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Why It's So Important To Close The Female Leadership Gap
FORBES

International Women’s Day offers an opportunity to take stock of areas where women have made progress in the struggle for equality but also to examine the gaps that remain. 

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The 9-To-5 Workday Might Need to Change Due to “Night Owls,” Study Finds
HR DIGEST 

The 9-to-5 workday is generally accepted despite being originated in the 1800s by American labor unions. However, the eight-hour workday which seems to be a normal schedule is directly opposing the biology of a group of persons.

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Burn your social media strategy
SOCIAL FISH

Here is just an excerpt – this is towards the end of the long post.  Please, please do yourself a favor and read the whole thing. Then read it again. Then print it and pass it around. And then change everything you’re doing.

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How should HR respond to 'emotionally charged' situations?
HUMAN RESOURCES DIGEST

Learning the skills to respond to emotionally charged situations is crucial for today’s managers, according to Marcela Slepica, clinical services manager at AccessEAP. Indeed, challenging behaviours in the workplace come in many forms, and occur where one individual’s actions or behaviours negatively impact another’s.

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