Corporate Culture

How to Protect Your Global Business from Hackers

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When hackers trick your staff into revealing sensitive data by using social engineering, it can hugely threaten your export operations

Are You About to Hire a Ticking Time Bomb?

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Companies are turning to organizational psychologists to make sure they're recruiting the right executives. It's a science as dark as it is necessary

Sensitivity Training: The Joke is Over

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For too long, too many employers have dismissed anti-harassment training as New Age mumbo-jumbo. It's time to get real

Sexual Violence: Is Your Company as Safe as You Think It Is?

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The Jian Ghomeshi scandal has proven just how pervasive on-the-job harassment is in Canada. It's time for employers to wake up

Why Modern Offices Need More Privacy

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Open-concept collaborative workspaces are great and all, but sometimes we benefit from a bit of alone time

Why Time Bends for the Boss

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The reason you're never as stressed about deadlines as your employees are, and more news about work in the latest Watercooler

An Inside Look at How the CEO of Canada Goose Works

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Dani Reiss spends his days surrounded by a supermodel's parka, a drawer full of books and a silent phone

The Hidden Power of Letting People Pass

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Why deference shows leadership, and more news about work in this month's Watercooler

4 Ways to Add Art to Your Office

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Want to create a more cultured workplace? Invest in some real artwork. Here's how to do it

The Skeptic’s Guide to Mission Statements

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The process of articulating the reason your business exists really can provide remarkable clarity of purpose