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Working from home is growing in popularity. And, every sign suggests it's going to continue to increase in popularity as it provides great benefits to both employees and employers. As discussed in Par...
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Working from home isn't a luxury or just for entrepreneurs anymore. Organizations from Banking to Packaged Goods to Government are embracing and setting up permanent work from home strategies within t...
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Organizational best practices are becoming a driving force behind the transparency movement and a way for firms to lend greater weight to their performance.
Marketers love "best practice." It informs the way we design our sites, gives us ideas for optimizations and A/B tests, and justifies our investment in new campaigns and strategies. And it's comfortab...
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During the past four years, I have met people with mental health issues and those who work in mental health care. The daily struggles experienced by those with mental illness were part of the ongoing conversations.
If you're in the process of building out content to bolster your SEO efforts, start with the content on your website. Are visitors able to discern what you do? Do you describe your services or products adequately? Is your copy informative and helpful based on what potential customers are searching for? Next, you should create a blog, if you don't already have one.
Post-crisis regulatory reform efforts show that developing countries are rule takers and G7 countries are the rule makers. All this in spite of the fact that the epicentre of the international financial crisis occurred in developed countries. So why should many of the regulators and supervisors in developed countries claim to know best practices for developing countries?
Only 150 out of 1000 Canadian companies had any diversity on boards. What is the business case for diversity on boards? There is no clear evidence that diverse boards create greater shareholder value. There is, however, evidence that diverse groups make better decisions and mitigate group-think.
Whether it is at the Pentagon, or the Toronto District School Board, the root of the problem is the same -- sweetheart deals made possible thanks to what's called closed tendering, allowing the well-connected to charge ridiculous rates for routine items or work. This is yet another example of outdated government policy that hurts our economy and reduces opportunities for individual workers and businesses.