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Career - Campus - 08.06.2022
Through film, University of Toronto grad aims to help STEM-trained immigrant women overcome barriers
Through film, University of Toronto grad aims to help STEM-trained immigrant women overcome barriers
As a master's student in the University of Toronto's Faculty of Information, Elizabeth Kalbfleisch teamed up with a professor and an entrepreneur to help communicate their research through a short animated film.

Campus - Career - 06.06.2022

Career - Economics / Business - 31.05.2022

Career - 24.05.2022
Younger generations are changing the face of the labour market
The workplace is changing: workers are in short supply and they want more autonomy, more recognition and greater flexibility to work from home.

Campus - Career - 05.05.2022

Career - Economics / Business - 02.05.2022

Economics / Business - Career - 02.05.2022
Trust in dominant tech brands eroding, Brand Trust Index finds
Trust in dominant tech brands eroding, Brand Trust Index finds
The 2022 Gustavson Brand Trust Index (GBTI) reveals that Canadian consumers are more distrusting of dominant technology brands than ever before, even while their use of these companies- services is on the rise.

Event - Career - 05.04.2022
Alumni Know: The benefits of a learning mindset
April 5, 2022 Judene Pretti (BMath '97, MMSc '09, PhD '19) shares the traits of life-long learners, and how you could adopt this mindset too By Megan Vander Woude Office of Advancement In the age of information, learning opportunities are everywhere, and they come with some amazing benefits.

Career - 25.03.2022
Expert Insights: Gig workers aren't self-employed – they're modern-day feudal serfs
Expert Insights: Gig workers aren’t self-employed – they’re modern-day feudal serfs
UBER Eats Delivery Cyclist Riding Through a Busy Oxford Road in Manchester, Wikimedia Commons. To understand neo-villeiny, we first need to understand medieval villeiny.

Career - Psychology - 25.03.2022
COVID-19 hastens trend towards more ’dynamic’ workplace: University of Toronto researcher
For more than two decades,† Jia Lin Xie †has researched the relationships people have with their jobs.

Career - Campus - 01.03.2022
Alumni Know: What do employees want?
Anne Fannon (MA '03) offers valuable insights about today's young workers†and how employers can offer top talent the best experience† By Megan Vander Woude Office of Advancement Does working from home bring more work-life balance?

Economics / Business - Career - 01.02.2022

Career - 24.01.2022
Q&A: How racism holds Black women back from leadership positions
Q&A: How racism holds Black women back from leadership positions
Q&As Collins Maina In 2021, there were two CEOs who were Black women in the Fortune 500 ranking of America's largest companies. This is notable because it is the first time in history that this has happened. In fact, despite making up nearly seven per cent of the U.S. workforce, only four Black women have ever held the top position at a Fortune 500 company.

Economics / Business - Career - 19.01.2022

Career - Economics / Business - 07.01.2022

Economics / Business - Career - 06.01.2022

Career - Innovation - 06.01.2022

Career - 16.12.2021
Workers welcome shortened work week, research study finds
Municipal staff in Zorra Township are so satisfied with a four-day work week that almost three-quarters of them would like to extend the innovative experiment.

Career - Economics / Business - 17.11.2021