With our mental health strained and workplace arrangements changing, it’s time for an in-depth look at what’s needed to improve matters.
DeGroote Professor of Human Resources & Management Catherine Connelly discusses workplace mental health in this Toronto Star article.
In the News: ‘Comfort is king’: Workers are returning to the office but formal wear isn’t following suit
In this Toronto Star article, Catherine Connelly discusses the shift to more casual workplace attire.
In the News: Nearly Half of Canadian Working Women Would Rather Quit Than Return to the Office Full-Time, Survey Finds
In this Toronto Star article, Catherine Connelly weighs in on a recent report which looks at women returning to in-person office work.
Unshared knowledge harms companies most by making day-to-day work less productive and employee transitions less effective.
A return to the office doesn’t affect all workers equally, says Catherine Connelly in a recent Toronto Star article.
Going back to the workplace doesn't necessarily mean returning to a pre-pandemic setup, and that's a good thing, says Catherine Connelly.
Catherine Connelly is named Changemaker by Globe and Mail Report on Business. She leverages evidence to change organizational behaviours.
In the latest In the Know, Professor Catherine Connelly discusses the business case for hiring 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.
Take a leadership quiz to find out. Catherine Connelly shares that the payoffs can be much bigger than anyone ever thought.
Catherine Connelly is investigating the obstacles and injustices faced by vulnerable workers and identifying ways to overcome them.