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May 2, 2022

In the News: Workers Push Back as Return-to-Office Plans Roll Out

A return to the office doesn’t affect all workers equally, says Catherine Connelly in a recent Toronto Star article.

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March 28, 2022

Why Flexibility Over the Return to In-person Work is Crucial

Going back to the workplace doesn't necessarily mean returning to a pre-pandemic setup, and that's a good thing, says Catherine Connelly.

February 25, 2022

Finding the evidence to change behaviour

Catherine Connelly is named Changemaker by Globe and Mail Report on Business. She leverages evidence to change organizational behaviours.

December 7, 2021

Knowledge Labs: Hiring Employees with Disabilities

In the latest In the Know, Professor Catherine Connelly discusses the business case for hiring people with disabilities.

There are myriad myths about workers with disabilities. New research suggests they perform at a higher level, are absent less and are more loyal than employees without disabilities.
August 9, 2021

Why it makes good business sense to hire people with disabilities

Catherine Connelly's research shows that it's a smart business strategy to hire people with disabilities. Read more about the reasons why.

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July 27, 2021

Are you a good boss?

Take a leadership quiz to find out. Catherine Connelly shares that the payoffs can be much bigger than anyone ever thought.

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December 15, 2020

A fair chance at fair work

Catherine Connelly is investigating the obstacles and injustices faced by vulnerable workers and identifying ways to overcome them.

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July 9, 2020

Knowledge Labs: In the Know with Catherine Connelly

This week's In the Know: Professor Catherine Connelly speaks about the culture of equity in the workplace.

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June 10, 2020

Using the underground market risks more than a bad haircut

Why the black market is thriving and how it endangers Canadians' health.

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August 9, 2019

Transforming Business Through Research: DeGroote Researchers Earn Prestigious Research Grants

Six DeGroote researchers received funding from SSHRC, NSERC at a value of over $500,000

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July 17, 2019

Knowledge mobilization: DeGroote faculty earn support via Partnership Development Grants

Precarious employment in the gig economy, especially for musicians, is just one of the research topics being supported.