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Workers Unite

Now that they’ve tasted the sweet cheese of working from home, the rat race has less appeal.

Canada’s Tech Scene Is Having A Moment: Pay Attention

Canada has firmly arrived on the global tech stage.The success is anything but overnight, and its secret sauce — quality of life, deep talent pool, great governance — isn’t going away.

What Apprenticeships Can Do for Companies – and for Workers

With many saying the market isn’t supplying enough skilled workers, companies are building their own pipeline via apprentice programs.

Talent Exodus: Massive Job Churn Is on the Horizon

Business faces radically altered employee needs as the pandemic wanes. Anybody who deals with people, especially talented tech workers, must act differently now. Here are three ways managers can prepare for churn.

Perfecting the Art of the Virtual (Meeting)

Columnist Raskin has become, during Covid, a curator of the exploding field of event technologies. Here are some innovative ones. Join her own event to learn more.

Can Tech Help Creatives Earn a Decent Living

The creative industry – art, music, the theatre – was hit hard by the pandemic. Can new tech help them finally get recognized for what they're worth?

One Year After the Great Reset: Same Storm, Different Boats

Some countries, industries, organizations, and people basically shrugged off the pandemic. Others may never fully recover. The good news: We have our start date for a new mindset.

Till we Meet Again (at Conferences)

Most notable large live events of this coming spring and summer are being canceled for the second year in a row. But as we start to see the light at the end of the tunnel,...

The Pipeline Isn’t the Problem

Companies need to look inward to their own culture instead of outward to the pipeline.

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