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5 essential tips for building a successful corporate culture

Matthew Handford, chief people officer at Coast Capital Savings, and Gervase Bushe, Beedie School of Business professor, offer some suggestion

Small Business | Entrepreneurs
Stephanie Goodwin and Dara Parker

Telus bets on LGBTQ initiatives to build influence

For many small organizations, a corporate partner can mean the difference between success and failure—one reason among many why Telus ranks No. 2 on our list of B.C.’s most influential brands

Social Good | Philanthropy | Non-Profits

How to get your story covered by the media

Five tips on how to increase your chances of getting media coverage

Social Media | Branding
Liquid Assets

The concerns over B.C.'s new Water Sustainability Act

How the province's new water legislation might be creating more problems than it solves

Small Business | Sustainability
Shannon Rogers | Global Relay Communications

My Financial Turning Point: Shannon Rogers

Global Relay Communications president and general counsel Shannon Rogers discusses—in her own words—the moment when everything changed for her and her business

CEOs | Digital

Video: How to set your small business up for success

A recap of BCBusiness' Small Business, Big Opportunity breakfast event

Small Business | Lower Mainland

How to manage your workforce in a period of rapid growth

For fast-growing companies, hiring quickly and smartly is critical. Craig Brennan, CEO of QuickMobile, Erica Groschler, partner at Incrementa Consulting, and Robert Murray, principal of Robert Murray Consulting Ltd., tell us how to manage a burgeoning workforce

CEOs | HR

Brands we love, but don't want to work for

For our workplace survey, we offered up a list of this year’s most loved brands and asked: Which of the following companies would you most like to work for?

Loved Brands | HR

B.C. employees are more engaged than their Canadian counterparts

Using data from surveys such as this, Ipsos also creates something called the Engagement Index (factoring in everything from compensation and benefits to “pride in work”) that gives a sense of our commitment to our jobs

Small Business | HR

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