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Tag: employment

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A woman "quietly quitting" her job.
September 13, 2022

In the News: The term ‘quiet quitting’ is worse than nonsense

The research by Human Resources & Management Professor Erin Reid is featured in this Financial Times article on quiet quitting.

September 6, 2022

In the News: Are There Other Ways to Give Power to Labour?

Sean O'Brady from the DeGroote School of Business speaks with Amanda Lang on ‘Taking Stock’ about giving workers bargaining power.

July 29, 2022

Intelligence Memos | Addressing Ageism (II): How to Keep Older Workers

Eva Klein, and Leonard Waverman, professors at McMaster University, share their insights on addressing ageism in the workforce.

Businessman massaging his nose bridge, tired of work and struggling mental health
July 26, 2022

In the News: From COVID to the Economy — The Mental Health of Canadians is at a Breaking Point

DeGroote Professor of Human Resources & Management Catherine Connelly discusses workplace mental health in this Toronto Star article.

June 17, 2022

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.

May 27, 2022

In the News: How to Stop Employees from Hoarding Knowledge

Unshared knowledge harms companies most by making day-to-day work less productive and employee transitions less effective.

March 29, 2022

In the News: Rick Hackett on Ethics Codes and Jerry Dias

It's not enough for organizations to spell out the rules of their code of ethics once and then forget about them says Rick Hackett.

Father working from home on a laptop while wearing a headset and holding his child.
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.

March 14, 2022

In the News: Many of us welcome working from home, but universities show its dangers for women’s careers

Taking a closer look at some of the dangers for women’s careers when it comes to working from home.

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.