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Workaholic executives short-change their teams, their families and themselves

Workaholic executives short-change their teams, their families and themselves

Most need support to identify their motivations, triggers and patterns toward workaholism
As B.C. companies urge in-office returns, HR pros say hybrid work here to stay

As B.C. companies urge in-office returns, HR pros say hybrid work here to stay

Workers are back in offices, but HR professionals say a fuller return may hurt satisfaction
How can I get my current employer to be a reference?

How can I get my current employer to be a reference?

You’d be surprised how common this request is and there are more options open to you than you may realize
Canadian universities flag foreign influence registry's potential 'chilling effect'

Canadian universities flag foreign influence registry's potential 'chilling effect'

OTTAWA — Canada's leading research universities warn that a proposed foreign influence transparency registry could have an unintended "chilling effect" on international partnerships, meaning Canada misses out on cutting-edge opportunities.
Loud quitting: Women of colour aren’t going quietly

Loud quitting: Women of colour aren’t going quietly

A lot of women – and in particular Black women and women of colour – are becoming less patient with the systemic injustices they face in the workplace and are more likely to take a stand, loudly and publicly
How do I talk to my employer about my menopause symptoms?

How do I talk to my employer about my menopause symptoms?

Also, how to make your voice heard in meetings, why new grads should say no to work-from-home and the benefits of hiring an assistant.
We’ve got great benefits. Why don’t our employees use them?

We’ve got great benefits. Why don’t our employees use them?

Health and wellness programs are more important than ever, but the truth is that employees often don’t know what’s covered or how to use them
How to spot a toxic workplace before accepting a job offer

How to spot a toxic workplace before accepting a job offer

The excitement of starting a new job can quickly subside once signs emerge that the workplace culture is toxic. Sara McCullough recalls the excitement and anticipation she felt about a job she was looking forward to starting.
Feeling overlooked at work? Here are seven ways to make your voice heard

Feeling overlooked at work? Here are seven ways to make your voice heard

When it comes to influencing others and shaping your career, your voice is one of your most powerful instruments
I’m 30 – why does it feel like everyone else is further ahead professionally?

I’m 30 – why does it feel like everyone else is further ahead professionally?

Also, the benefits of hiring an assistant, how job postings exclude people with disabilities and telling your boss about fertility treatments