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Stacked Lumber and Blueprints at a Construction Site
November 24, 2022

In the News: Gap in skilled trades expected to hinder efforts to close housing gap

Ontario has set a target to build 1.5M new homes over the next decade, but some question if there are enough skilled workers.

Headshots of 3 female and 1 male student looking at the camera with text that reads "Day in the Life"
November 9, 2022

Day in the Life: Get to Know Our Students

Meet students from across our programs who share their personal experiences and what it means to them to be a DeGroote student.

woman scrolling through social media on smart phone
October 18, 2022

In the News: The Challenges of Transforming Twitter

DeGroote's Goran Calic co-authors an article in the Harvard Business Review about business challenges Elon Musk faces with Twitter.

September 27, 2022

In the News: Canada needs to encourage more youths to pursue skilled trade jobs

Mojan Naisani Samani and Rick Hackett explain students are being urged to enter the skilled trades as the industry faces labour shortages.

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 9, 2022

In the News: New ‘More Beds’ Legislation Adds Up To Worse Care

DeGroote associate professor Manaf Zargoush is one of 15 McMaster researchers who wrote an op ed to the Hamilton Spectator about Bill 7.

Tired or stressed businessman sitting on the walkway in panic digital stock market financial background
September 6, 2022

In the News: Scandal hits: Should the organization’s leaders stay? Or should they go?

Yair Berson, professor of human resources and management weighs in on the importance of considering the interests of all stakeholders.

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.

August 26, 2022

McMaster Researchers Seek to Deliver an End to Hunger

Elkafi Hassini and Armagan Ozbilge are developing models and software to streamline the operations of the food rescue ecosystem.

August 5, 2022

In the News: Protect Employees from Mental Burnout

With our mental health strained and workplace arrangements changing, it’s time for an in-depth look at what’s needed to improve matters.

August 4, 2022

In the News: The Manipulation of Uber’s Public Image Profoundly Impacted the Lives of Taxi Drivers

The Uber Files leak reveals that the company embarked on a deliberate PR strategy that involved the media, public officials and academics.

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.