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Back to the office: not as easy as it appears

 While the deconfinement was expected by everyone, the return to the office is not the same. It’s still far from reaching a consensus. According to a survey conducted by Angus Reid for ADP Canada, 36% of remote-working, Generation Z Canadians—those 25 and under—are enthusiastic about returning to their usual workplaces. And that rate drops with […]


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The three key post-pandemic skills

The world of work is undergoing a profound transformation, accelerated by the pandemic. Technical skills are rapidly becoming out of date, while some jobs are being abolished altogether in favour of automation. It is therefore human skills, which cannot be replaced by technology, that are gaining in importance on the job market. What are these […]


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3 pro tips to communicate effectively even remotely

Do you feel that since your team has been working remotely, rapport has been lost, exchanges are more laborious and there are more misunderstandings? This impression is well-founded. Explanations and advice from communication psychology expert Guillaume Dulude. For the doctor of neuropsychology and communication specialist Guillaume Dulude, our difficulties of communicating effectively through layers of […]


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The case against Fatphobia in the Workplace

Whether it comes out in derogatory remarks, open hostility, or by the withholding of suitable work tools, fatphobia does indeed exist in the workplace. In a recent example, a nurse was refused a job because of her weight. “There are a lot of assumptions that come with a big body,” laments author, blogger, consultant and […]


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Remote working has its definite advantages. What about team spirit and company culture?

We asked Marie-France Émond, CHRP and Vice-President Operations/HR at Indigo Consulting, which has around 40 employees in Montreal, Toronto and Chicago and has always operated in virtual mode. She suggests five strategies that allow us to forge links, even at a distance. Count on motivating managers In a context of long-term remote working, the role […]


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How to Manage Bullies at Work

Do you know a colleague who behaves like a real bully, as if he were still in the schoolyard? Here’s how to stop him before things get out of hand. Observe Are we dealing with a truly nasty and ill-intentioned personality or rather an inept person? A real bully will be disparaging, try to isolate […]


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Working Part Time, Good Question!

Going back to school, personal project, health problems… These are some reasons that could lead you to want a part-time schedule. How do you put the big request to your boss? Some ways to go about it… Choose the right time “It’s not a wish that you make in public. It’s out of the question […]


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Commuting – How to Help Your Employees

Good news – more and more employers are introducing sustainable mobility measures to help their employees get to work without clogging roads even more. A look at best practices. In this era of ecological transition, driving alone in your car is no longer an option. Companies know this and more and more of them are […]


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5 Myths About Working in a Call Centre

There are many misconceptions about the working conditions in call centres. Low-paid temporary employees who are constantly under surveillance… We enlighten you about the myths and realities of this singular environment. Wages are very low False. Everything is relative, but the average salary for a call centre employee in Canada is about $16 an hour. […]


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The Feeling of Unfairness at Work, a Disorder of Our Time

Studies show that a staggering number of workers feel they are victims of injustice at work. It is a phenomenon which has affected many fields of business since the early 2000s. Tips and advice to turn things around. If Judith has the impression that she is paid less than Karim for equivalent work, she will […]


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Learn how to master the elevator pitch

It’s called the elevator pitch, because it is intended to be persuasive in the short time of a ride on an elevator. The key to the elevator pitch is therefore to get straight to the point… but without forgetting anything. 7 tips for using it in your job search. Answer the 5 questions There is […]


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How to Stay Motivated in Summer?

The sky is blue, the birds are singing and you see on Facebook photos of your colleagues and friends with their toes in the sand, a Margarita in hand. It’s hard in these conditions to stay focused on your work and stay motivated in summer! Adapt your work pace Do you want to get out of the […]


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