Wide-faced business man

The distinguishing physical factor that gives men a leg up

Elizabeth Bromstein | Jul 31, 2014 8:53 pm

Research shows men with wider faces are more dishonest and aggressive in negotiations, resulting in getting a bigger piece of the pie than skinnier-faced men.


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Business people starting a race on a track

What bosses should never ask of employees

Elizabeth Bromstein| Mar 17, 2014 6:20 pm


There are certain lines managers should never cross with their employees. Here are five of them.



Category: Management,
The #BanBossy movement encourages young girls to become leaders

Bossy or just assertive?

Melissa Allen| Mar 14, 2014 9:06 pm


Are you bossy or just assertive? Well that depends on whether you’re a girl or a boy…and Sheryl Sandberg’s #BanBossy movement aims to change that.



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Woman at her computer looking sad

What to do when an employee complains about you on social media

Elizabeth Bromstein| Mar 14, 2014 7:52 pm


If your employees are disgruntled they may take to social media to vent about you. What can you do about it?



Category: Management,
Office meeting with one man and two women gossiping beside him

6 toxic employee types and what to do about them

Elizabeth Bromstein| Mar 13, 2014 7:47 pm


Toxic employee behaviours can undermine productivity at your organizations. Here are the five worst and what to do about them.



Category: Management,
Where Canadians look for work

[Infographic] Where are Canadians looking for work?

Peter Harris| Mar 12, 2014 10:07 am


Canadians are continuing to search for jobs outside of their home province in great numbers. Who is the most willing to move, and where are the top targeted destinations for work?



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Manpower Employment Outlook - Q2 2014

Canadian hiring for the spring – Where the jobs will and won’t be created

Peter Harris| Mar 11, 2014 9:35 am


A new survey of the hiring intentions of Canadian employers across the country reveals which regions and industries are expecting growth – and where the hiring is slowing down.



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Meditating business men

Do this to have a smarter, more productive workplace

Elizabeth Bromstein| Mar 7, 2014 8:17 pm


The one thing has been proven in studies to improve decision making and increase productivity.



Category: Industry News & Insights, Management,
Employment in Canada hols steady

Canadian job market: The top trends in job creation and hiring for spring 2014

Peter Harris| Mar 7, 2014 10:05 am


Job creation in Canada remained relatively flat last month, with the unemployment rate holding steady at 7.0%. With that in mind, the team takes a look at some key trends in hiring, to see where most of the new opportunities are.



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