A positive remote work culture is made up of trust, recognition, communication, and flexibility Maintaining a positive work culture while working remotely is essential in making sure your employees feel understood and valued. There are many practices you can put in place to ensure that your employees thrive while working from home, whether that’s a balanced schedule or frequent check-ins with management.
Compliance management solutions to help meet regulatory requirements Every industry has some form of compliance protocols that they need to follow to keep their business information safe while ensuring they meet industry standards. This could include legal, security, industry and other regulatory requirements. Lack of adhering to these rules can result in hefty fines and even jail time. That’s why organizations need to start implementing compliance management solutions that can help them meet their regulatory requirements.
How to handle a toxic work environment Dealing with a toxic environment, whether in your personal life or at work, is never easy. Workplace toxicity can leave employees feeling unproductive, overlooked, and drained at the end of the day. Negativity at work can present itself in many ways, and it’s important to recognize the signs so that you can solve the problem or look for opportunities elsewhere.
Canada is dead last for whistleblower protection A report released earlier this month by the Government Accountability Project and the International Bar Association found Canada ranked dead last among 37 countries recently surveyed for their whistleblower protection laws. It’s not a good look for Canada.
Increase trust and confidence in your organization This month is B Corp Awareness Month, where we honour businesses that are focused on benefiting their employees, community and the environment. It’s also Fraud Prevention Month, which means that it’s time to raise awareness of fraud and how to instill more confidence in the marketplace. Why should your business care about these two campaigns?
March is B Corp Month and WBS is B Corp™ Certified What does this mean? This certification identifies us as a company with high standards of verified social and environmental performance, public transparency, and legal accountability. B Corp Certification is a highly selective status. When companies want to become a Certified B Corp, they must document their positive impact to qualify and undergo verification every three years to maintain their Certification.