How to Thrive in An Age of Distraction

If technology was intended to free up our time, decrease our stress levels and allow us to automate repetitive tasks, how did it become so distracting? In an effort to free ourselves from a highly administrative environment and allow us...

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Factoring the Fear Cognition Scale in the Digital Workplace

Workplaces are undergoing profound transformations to accommodate the varying expectations of a multi-generational workforce and the increasing influx of AI-enabled entities. The need to maintain robust talent pipelines for assuring a healthy supply of capable leaders has galvanized progressive...

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Three Tips for the “Anywhere” Workplace: Collaborating with Virtual Technologies

By Dr. Roberta Neault Do you ever wish you could be in two places at once? Have you struggled to schedule meetings? Do you need to roll out training to team members in distributed locations? Are you trying to maximize...

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Is Your Workplace Culture a Barrier to Digital Transformation?

By Alison Grenier Digital transformation, the change associated with the application of digital technology in all aspects of human society, is blurring the lines between technology companies and other players. Some experts are now musing that the ‘tech sector’ in and...

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#Harassment – Do Employers Need to Protect Employees on Social Media?

By Cameron Wardell There are few people in Canada who haven’t experienced some level of frustration in the context of their morning commute. Although I will preface this by expressing my firm belief in the importance of it, public transit is...

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The Social-Media Friendly Workplace: Mobilizing for Maximum Effectiveness

By Lindsay Macintosh, CPHR While social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, Google, Reddit, and YouTube have become part of most people’s everyday lives, many companies are still reluctant and questioning whether or not to allow their employees to use...

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Do You Want to Remain Professionally Relevant in the Digital World?

By Murad Salman Mirza There was a time when graduating from a reputable academic institution led to a warm welcome on a safe professional journey, beginning with a steady climb up the corporate ladder and ending in a respectable retirement...

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The Flipside of the Digital Playground: The Case for Reverse Mentoring

By Amelia Chan, CPHR Asking “why” is natural for young inquiring minds. Tireless questioning and unabashed curiosity is something with which we all begin our lives, but perhaps start taking for granted once we “think” we already know the answers. Undoubtedly,...

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