Jelena Zikic is an associate professor at the School of Human Resource Management. The keys to successful formal mentoring Formal mentoring programs – organization-assisted matching between a mentor and a protégé, usually short term – are a way of helping newcomers learn the ropes and/or assisting more junior employees to advance their careers. What is […]
One of our very own Bachelor of Human Resources Management students - Kevin Cao has been awarded the 2017 Outstanding Global Engagement Award from York International, celebrating his exemplary contributions to the York International community! The award includes a $500 prize, as well as a certificate signed by the Associate Vice-President International - Dr. Marilyn […]
Not only did Denise Bang’s undergraduate internship opportunity in human resources lead to her first professional career position; it regularly brings her back to York University to recruit other interns and potential future employees. Denise Bang “It was a great learning experience,” said Bang, now a campus ambassador for CGI, the information technology consulting firm […]
Prof. Jelena Zikic organizes symposium on integration of migrants and refugees
Attention New College Students: Study space is available in room 002 Atkinson Building (the old Michaelangelo). Hours are 10:00 - 5:30 Monday to Thursday and 9:00 - 4:30 on Fridays.
Dr. Jelena Zikic - Harvard Business Review on "Being a Parent Made Me a Better Manager, and Vice Versa"
York Faculty in the Media Professor Ken McBey's observations regarding Fort McMurray reported in Global News (cited in Y-File presently). [Read more...]
Congratulations the leadership team of the Human Resource Student Association at York (HRSA) for receiving yet another accolade. This year, the HRSA has received the Club of the Year Award for excellence in 1) club events, 2) community engagement, and 3) overall club success. Congratulations HRSA!! I’d like to take this opportunity to encourage those […]
Lina Neaga, Scholarship winner 2016 (PDF)
The media is reporting today that the City of Toronto has requested what is known as a “No Board Report” from the Minister of Labour in its ongoing negotiations with CUPE, Local 416 (the outside workers). [read more...]