Worker Overload

‘On call and accessible 24/7/365.’

A few years ago, this shorthand for working all the time didn’t exist. There was no need. People worked, usually from 9 to 5, and then they stopped. They proceeded to live out other parts

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The Link Between the Greens and the Boardroom

Baseball and peanuts. Ice skating and bad judging. Golf and business. In life, some things just go together. And there are few more intimate relationships than the one between golf and business. In fact, some companies make it a tacit

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Everyone Wins with Family – Work Balance

Frank, a successful software designer at an IT firm in Montreal, was on the phone during a break. His manager walked by and noticed Frank hunched over whispering into the receiver. A young father, Frank was fielding a call from

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What’s A Good Job?

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Coping With Unemployment

The recent spate of layoffs in B.C.’s civil service is the latest example of what has been going on in much of North America’s private sector for almost two years as industry and government struggle to cut back.

While headlines

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Dealing with Conflict in the Workplace

Whenever groups of people gather, conflicts happen. Today’s workplace, with its hierarchical structure, power relationships and increased workloads, can be a breeding ground for conflict.

Conflict at work is not always full of raised voices and name-calling. It can be

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Finding Meaning At Work

Adrienne was a senior designer with a large advertising company in Toronto. She had been working there for eight years and at first, she enjoyed the work. But over the past year, she had lost some of her passion for

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Holiday Gifts to Employees and Employers

Some of the best gifts can cost little money, but are of huge value.

The past year has seen an economic downturn become a global recession. Downsizing and increased cost-cutting have depleted worker morale as has the Sept. 11th tragedy.

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Ten Strategies for Finding Family and Work Balance

Dual-income families with children are healthy and thriving according to new research.

That, the researchers argue, means the myth of frazzled working-parents farming their love-starved offspring off to daycare is just that – a myth.

Colorado State University researchers Shelley

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Values Guide Companies During Tough Times

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