Workplace Bullying & Harassment

Astonishing really how many times we hear about someone quitting their job because of some form of bullying or harassment from a Supervisor or a co-worker.  WorksafeBC recognized the prevalence of this behaviour in the workplace and its negative effects on the individual. 

On November 1, 2013 WorksafeBC implemented a legal requirement for Employers and workplaces to address Workplace Bullying and Harassment.  Follow this link for some very good resources and information.  One person at a time, behaving differently in the workplace, can make all the difference.  Be the Good.


Copper Mountain Mining will be holding a job fair at the Princeton Skills Centre on Thursday, October 6, 2016 from 3:00-6:00 pm

Looking for on-call workers to fill shift vacancies.  Must have Valid Drivers License and a Vehicle.

Bring your resume and your BEST self to meet representatives of this local Employer.


Working with Millenials: It’s Not Entitlement, It’s a Different View of Work

Lately we have been thinking about young people and the workplace.  We’ve heard many comments about the “culture of entitlement”, but we wanted to question the level of truth to this popular opinion.  We we’re thinking that it is possible that young people view their work differently that those of us in the older generation.   What studies are showing is that millennial workers are looking for more from their employment than just the paycheque.  The millennial worker is looking for meaning, opportunity for development, and guidance from those who have gone before them.  From a BOSS a millennial is looking for help navigating their career path through coaching and mentoring, From the COMPANY a millennial is looking for integrity, flexibility, and a respect for worklife balance, A millenial wants to learn: technical skills needed in their field, how to be a leader, and industry knowledge. The challenge for those of us from another generation who are tasked with managing these workers, is changing ourselves and the way we manage.  We have an obligation to the next generation to help them be the best that they can be on the job.  This requires us allowing them to change the workplace as well. 

Read more from Gallup and INC.