Why the Gender Gap Matters to Business

In both B.C. and Canada, the proportion of women aged 15 and over who are in the labour force remains nine percentage points below that of men—and that gap has been more or less constant since the mid-1990s. Minding a...

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Office Optional

By Scott Peeples We live in a digital age. We can video conference from our phones, collaborate on a presentation in the cloud or check on the status of a project with the click of a button. All of this technology...

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Sara Sutton Fell: Remote Workplace Futures Today

Sara Sutton Fell is a future of work expert and was named a Young Global Leader by World Economic Forum for her work in the employment and technology fields. She believes that a modern workplace should address the needs of...

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Survey: Six Reasons To Offer A Flexible Work Environment

It may come as no surprise that new research by global workplace provider Regus found the key driver in the rise of flexible work is employees desire for improve work:life balance. According to the research, canvassing the opinions of more than 44,000...

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The Rise of the Freelance Economy

By Alex Nikotina We have seen rapid changes to the work environment in the 21st century. It is not uncommon for both parents to work full-time, for an individual to have several jobs simultaneously or for employees to be looking...

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Infographic: Death of the Desk Job

Employees want more freedom over where and when they work and they’re willing to quit to get it, according to a study by Softchoice. The study, titled Death of the Desk Job, found 78 per cent of employees highly...

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