Business

By Melissa Campeau

Deadlines, meetings and jam-packed calendars make it difficult to think much beyond the here and now. But feverishly checking items off a never-ending to-do list is a bit like being a hamster on a wheel when it comes to making actual progress.

By Jesse Martell

The National Institute of Disability Management and Research (NIDMAR) has developed calculators to measure the financial impact of Return to Work / Disability Management initiatives.

By Melissa Campeau

Implicit bias is a bit like a driver’s blind spot, with one important exception: you know that blind spot is there. To compensate for the spot your mirrors can’t find, you get into the habit of doing shoulder checks for safety.

By Leann Schneider, M.A. and Tim Jackson, Ph.D.

Answer the following question honestly: do you think that development plans are useful? Some of you probably think that they are, and they should be if they’re done right.

By Melissa Campeau

In 2008, Colleen Colwell discovered a camera hidden in the ceiling of her private office at Cornerstone Properties Inc. in London, Ont. Her boss claimed he installed it because he suspected maintenance staff of theft. Colwell sued the company – and won, but not on the grounds you might think.

By Melissa Campeau

Former Chrysler CEO Lee Iacocca once said, “You can have brilliant ideas but if you can’t get them across, your ideas won’t get you anywhere.