At a time where the pandemic is spreading and many workers have not returned to the office for several months -or even a year, the issue of mental health is becoming more and more prevalent.
What can companies do to break the famous glass “ceiling” that is holding back women in their access to the upper BOD sphere?
More and more professionals mention their gender identity after their name on their LinkedIn profile (ex.: he/him, she/him, he/they) Is this the “new standard”? Is this a personal choice or a collective responsibility?
Covid has changed a lot of things in people’s habits and some sectors could experience major upheavals in the coming years. Here are some examples.
Several employers told us throughout the year that productivity was essentially equivalent. It must be admitted, however, that a certain weariness is setting in at the end of this pandemic.
Morneau Shepell just released its monthly Mental Health Index Report, revealing a still negative mental health score in the country for the eleventh consecutive month.
IBM has released a new study by its Institute for Business Value on consumer behaviour in the retail, travel and transportation sectors as immunization campaigns are in full swing. Here are the highlights.
We have been living almost a year with demanding health measures. So demanding that it is in fact questionable whether the main peril of professionals right now is not… their irritability.
One year after the beginning of the pandemic, Moneris provides an overview of the compact of COVID on domestic purchases, and where Canadians have spent their money over the past year. Here are the highlights.
Facebook and Australia have just struggled over a bill to make digital giants pay to take news from local publishers. A situation that may be well known in Canada in the near future….