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May 16, 2018 - Management

Canada's Best Managed Companies of 2018

What makes a Best Managed Company? The companies that make it to this prestigious ranking are large and small, and come from many different industries, but they always share one trait: a tireless focus on their people. Check out Canadian Business for their video!

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May 11, 2018 - Management

How leadership can impact workplace mental health

Thousands of books claim to include the most important knowledge and skills required to be an excellent leader. The Globe & Mail looks at why there’s much less written on the key knowledge and skills required for a leader to effectively prevent stigma.

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May 4, 2018 - Law

Ontario passes pay transparency legislation

Ontario passed pay transparency legislation on Thursday, making it the first province to do so. Beginning Jan. 1, 2019, the legislation province will come into effect, but what will it mean for employers? This article from Benefits Canada explains the new rules.

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May 2, 2018 - Management

U of T mentorship program helps Black youth pursue post-secondary education

Since 2005, more than 1,000 students between Grades 1 and 12 have taken part in the after-school program. In that same time, more than 500 U of T Scarborough students have volunteered as mentors, facilitators and coordinators. Learn more about this program on the University of Toronto News page!

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May 1, 2018 - Management

Ageism is becoming a major issue for corporations

In an era of inclusivity and diversity, ageism is growing as one of the new challenges that businesses face. In this article from the Globe & Mail, they look at what defines ageism and how to address it in a corporate environment.

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April 30, 2018 - Management

How to cope with workplace trauma following the Toronto van attack

Bearing witness to a traumatic event, or knowing someone who was involved in one, can have a heavy impact on one’s mental health. Global News advises on who to approach in the workplace for support following an event like the attack in Toronto.

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April 25, 2018 - Management

Women’s co-working space The Wing set to open first location in Canada next year

In this article, published by "Canadian Business", Cassandra Szklarski describes how this co-working space for women that’s drawn the ardour of thousands of Instagrammers and the attention of celebs including Jennifer Lawrence and Lena Dunham is set to expand to Canada.

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April 25, 2018 - Management

How Canada’s Best Managed companies focus relentlessly on the future

Klick and other successful private Canadian companies reveal their secrets to employee engagement, innovation and long-term financial success. MacLeans takes a closer look at this Toronto-based privately owned marketing company.

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April 25, 2018 - Management

Everything you need to know about mentoring

After establishing 100 mentor-mentee relationships in the firms that venture capitalist First Round Capital funds, Whitnie Low Narcisse set out to find out what the secret was that made some pairings special. Learn more in this article by the Globe & Mail.

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April 25, 2018 - Finance

Sponsorship is an important key to unlocking women’s career potential

Did you know that there are more CEOs named John than female CEOs in total? Just 2 per cent of venture-capital investment goes to women. The Globe & Mail looks at why we still have a ways to go, despite significant strides for women since the 1900's.

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