Would You Pay for Employees to Freeze their Eggs?

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Why firms like Apple and Facebook are spending big to attract female talent

Should You Impose Morality Clauses on Employees?

Former CBC Radio host Jian Ghomeshi. (Photo: Natalie Behring/Getty Images)

The scandal surrounding former CBC Radio host Jian Ghomeshi raises key questions about the value of policing staff behaviour

Why You Should Let Staff Choose Their Own Titles

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The difference between "sales rep" and "sales Jedi" may not seem big to you, but it leads to more productive employees

The Case For Salary Transparency


Letting employees know how much their peers are paid is no longer taboo. In fact, it's smart business

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

Why Overtime is Obsolete

Manager working in office at night and drinking coffee at his workplace

Canada's labour laws are maddeningly inconsistent when it comes to who is compensated for extra hours worked. It's time for a major change

Build an Office Where People Do Great Work

How To Hootsuite

Hootsuite's brand-new second headquarters in Vancouver is a model of an employee-friendly, productivity-boosting workplace

How to Inspire Cultish Employee Devotion

How To Vice

A lesson in managing Gen Y workers from Vice co-founder Shane Smith

How to Hire More Great Women

*How To Female Execs

Lessons in building a female-friendly workplace from someone who's done it

How to Play Nice with Unions

*How To Union Negotiation

There's no need to fear organized labour when you know how to negotiate fairly