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Career - Campus - 25.09.2023

Career - 22.09.2023
Transforming the employer-employee relationship
Quebec's labour shortage is affecting compensation, bargaining strategies and union membership itself, according to Patrice Jalette, industrial relations professor at UdeM.

Pharmacology - Career - 19.09.2023
Fire evacuations, flood warnings and tornado watches - a co-op work term like no other
Waterloo Pharmacy students show resilience in the face of emergency By Milana Madzarac Faculty of Science When Melinda Bai (PharmD '24) and Shirley Ma (PharmD '24) signed up to complete their co-op wo

Campus - Career - 01.09.2023

Career - 06.07.2023
Creating two-way learning opportunities for students and employers
WIL experts lead discussions on bi-directional and co-generational learning opportunities at the 2023 WACE conference By Angelica Marie Sanchez University Relations From Gen Z to baby boomers, workspaces in Canada now span across four generations.

Career - Innovation - 18.05.2023
Why Gen Z could be the answer to your workforce woes
May 18, 2023 The answer to current labour shortages is bringing in tech-savvy Gen Z workers, right now.

Innovation - Career - 15.05.2023
Waterloo startup Alchemy finds success and support
May 15, 2023 ExoShield coating uses nanotechnology to create market-changing windshield protection By Suzanne Bowness Faculty of Engineering It's that moment that every entrepreneur dreams of the real

Economics - Career - 09.05.2023

Career - 01.05.2023
When employees leave their jobs, coworkers call it quits: UBC study
When employees leave their jobs, coworkers call it quits: UBC study
People leave jobs all the time, whether they're laid off, fired, or just quit. But how do their departures affect coworkers left behind? According to a new study from the UBC Sauder School of Business, those exits can lead many others to call it quits.

Career - Economics - 27.04.2023
University of Toronto hosts Palette Skills as they build a national ecosystem for upskilling
Building on a shared commitment to developing a workforce that meets the needs of a changing Canadian economy, the University of Toronto is the host institution for  Palette Skills , a national not-f

Career - 09.02.2023
Helping first-term co-op students kick start their careers
Monthly donations provide dependable funding to support innovative programs like the Waterloo Experience Accelerate Program, helping students acquire in-demand skills through work-integrated learning.

Health - Career - 09.02.2023
Startup brings blockchain to Ukrainian refugees, lands US$2.4 million in funding
Startup brings blockchain to Ukrainian refugees, lands US$2.4 million in funding
For many, blockchain is best known as the technology that underpins cryptocurrencies. But  startup company TransCrypts  is using it to give people more control over their personal information - including refugees who fled Ukraine.

Economics - Career - 21.12.2022
Financial stress among North Americans highest since 2008: Western-led study 
Financial stress among North Americans highest since 2008: Western-led study 
Sixty per cent of employed North Americans are more stressed about their finances today than they were a year ago, and are experiencing the highest level of financial stress since the financial crisis of 2008, according to a new study from Canada's Financial Wellness Lab at Western.

Social Sciences - Career - 05.12.2022
Paying attention to freedom
Waterloo Engineering alumni and a student reflect on the Montreal Massacre By Charlotte Danby Faculty of Engineering It has been 33 years since a gunman shot and killed 14 women at the École Polytechnique de Montréal on December 6, 1989.

Career - Campus - 27.10.2022

Health - Career - 26.10.2022
Women healthcare workers faced heightened moral distress during pandemic: study
New research highlights the challenges women healthcare providers (HCPs) experienced during the COVID-19 pandemic which contributed to heightened moral distress, providing insights into ongoing professional burnout. Moral distress is defined as the experience of knowing the ethically right action to take but being systemically constrained from taking that action.

Architecture - Career - 20.10.2022

Career - Social Sciences - 04.10.2022
Naming and dismantling femmephobia
AMTD Global Talent Post-Doctoral Fellow Dr. Rhea Ashley Hoskin develops new research and tools to help people revalue femininity.

Campus - Career - 06.09.2022
Five ways donors support the student experience
As Waterloo welcomes the largest group of in-person learners in three years, find out how charitable gifts are enhancing their experience.
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