This story originally appeared on Personal Branding Blog The job market seems much better lately, and more and more offers are being extended to applicants. Some move into the new positions from other jobs and others from being in transition. In both cases, those job seekers miss out if they
For better or worse, new eateries and the attention they attract have turned the restaurant business into a boom town, restaurateur David Chang told CNBC in a recent interview. Chang, who owns 23 restaurants around the globe in such cities as New York City, Los Angeles, Sydney and Toronto, recalled
by Millicent Hasandras, Business Wire Fall just started recently, but I can’t stop thinking about … Holiday Story Time. I love the holiday news cycle. Every year I look forward to pictures of kittens in silly outfits, outlandish gift guides, intriguing cocktail recipes, and crazy predictions by Futurists.
Canadians are withdrawing more money from their retirement savings to pay for short-term expenses despite the tax consequences, according to a new bank survey. About 40 per cent of the 1,500 people polled online in December by the Bank of Montreal (BMO) said they have made a withdrawal from their RRSP. The
With email, social media and today’s technology, it can be hard to separate life inside and outside the office. Sometimes it even feels like achieving work-life balance isn’t even possible, especially if you’re working upwards of 50 hours a week. Related: 5 Secrets to Achieving and Maintaining Work-Life Balance A recent study
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau takes part in a virtual reality tour along with 3D printing technology at the new Google Canada Development headquarters in Kitchener, Ont., on Thursday, January 14, 2016. (Nathan Denette/CP) Mischa Kaplan is an Ottawa-based economic development advocate, a regular contributor to the Ottawa Citizen, and an instructor at
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By DAISUKE WAKABAYASHIThe New York Times Fri., Feb. 16, 2018 SAN FRANCISCO — Google did not break the law when it fired an engineer who wrote a memo critical of the company’s diversity efforts, a lawyer for a U.S. federal labour agency said. Last year, James Damore, a little-known engineer