Lindsay Somers. (Photograph by Claudine Baltazar)

How Lindsay Somers takes the awkward out of on-screen nudity

As Canada’s first-ever intimacy coordinator, Somers helps TV actors get comfortable with getting frisky

Embracing technology has allowed companies to flourish amidst the pandemic

Canada’s leading companies are prioritizing employees and customers by allowing themselves to go digital first
The Queen And The Duke Of York Visit The Honourable Society Of Lincoln’s Inn

2018 royal work statistics: who’s been busy, who’s been busier (congrats, Your Maj!)

The queen upped her duties, and Prince Charles did more work than Prince William and Prince Harry combined

How companies can close the pay equity gap in nine simple steps

With new legislation coming, employers need to crunch the numbers—and then deal with any problems. Practical advice for making a change.
Ethics lab microchips

The trouble with companies asking workers to get microchip implants

If your employer offered to inject a small microchip into your hand to replace all the keys and passcodes you need for work, would you accept?

Why you shouldn’t check your email on vacation

Debunking every possible reason you may have to avoid taking an actual breather on vacation

The myths about Canada’s skills gap

Chris Sorensen explains how misperceptions get in the way of solutions.

The return of the discouraged worker

New evidence that more Canadians are losing hope of ever finding a job

The ’invisible’ in your office

A look at the people who happily work without recognition—so rare in today’s era of self-promotion