TORONTO, ONTARIO — August 6, 2021 – BookJane Inc. announced that it has been selected as a Finalist for Best Remote Work Strategy in the 8th annual Canadian HR Awards, the leading independent awards event for the HR profession in Canada.
Presented by HRD Canada and Canadian HR Reporter magazine, the Canadian HR Awards recognizes HR teams, individuals and employers for their outstanding achievements, leadership, programs and initiatives in the field of HR over the past 12 months.
“Our success with our remote work strategy stems from our fundamental belief that we can’t recreate life as it was when everyone was in physical offices, but instead, create a virtual environment that promotes productivity in a new way.” says Curtis Khan, Founder and CEO.
"We thoroughly believe in fostering an environment for creativity and commitment. The success of our remote working strategy has to do with the benefits we have received from heightened employee engagement, employee morale and building connections within the company.”
Winners will be selected by an independent judging panel of industry experts and then revealed at the celebratory virtual awards show happening September 15, 2021. The virtual show will also feature live panel discussions with the finalists so attendees can go behind the scenes and engage with the best and brightest in HR.
For the full list of finalists or more event information, visit www.hrawards.ca.
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Since 1987, Canadian HR Reporter has served as Canada's indispensable guide to human resources management. Published 12 times a year, the popular tabloid provides readers with the latest news and information on trends and issues, along with expert advice and insights from HR practitioners, research and resources. In every issue, readers will find in-depth HR-related news coverage from Canada and around the world, along with the latest employment law developments, and expert columnists covering a variety of topics such as recruitment, mental health, diversity, performance management and employee engagement. The monthly tabloid is complemented by its website www.hrreporter.com.