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Life Beating Holiday Stress It is of little surprise that the holidays can be a significant source of stress for many Canadians. Financial strains, pandemic concerns and shipping delays of highly anticipated gifts can add to holiday stress levels. This year, on top of typical holiday pressures,...

Ways to Help Employees Reduce Stress Many people experience higher stress levels as the year comes to a close because this is often a busy time due to the holidays. On top of this, the COVID-19 pandemic has also negatively impacted mental health, which is why...

How To Boost Workplace Experience Employers are seeing a shift in what motivates and sustains employees. Before the pandemic, employees wanted higher compensation and more benefits, but now they are looking for a sense of security and safety, opportunities to grow, flexibility and an overall positive...

It’s Cold and Flu Season Again With the fall and winter months comes flu season. According to the Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC), flu activity peaks between December and February, so now’s the time to ensure you’re prepared. Social distancing and mask mandates prevented a “twindemic”...

Life Stay Safe During Flu Season It’s that time of the year again—flu season. The 2020-21 season’s activity was historically low, attributed to the many safety measures put in place due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. However, experts have expressed concern about this year’s flu season, as...

How to Have a Proper Video Call While organizations are starting to get back to normal, employees still would like the option of working from home. Therefore, the use of video calls is still necessary. Working remotely will continue to be a popular option due to...

The Future of C-suite Leadership In the wake of the chaos, uncertainty and loss brought on by the past year, it’s now time for organizational leadership to navigate the future of work in a post-COVID world. Leadership can take this time to reassess organizational priorities to...

How To Approach Safely Returning to Work During the COVID-19 pandemic, two-thirds of Canadian businesses had at least 60 per cent of their employees working remotely. As more Canadians get vaccinated, organizations should have a plan in place to safely return to the office. The following should...

Remote Working Burnout a Factor in Security Risk Human error is one of the largest threats to the cybersecurity of an organization. As remote work continues due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Canadian workers are reporting burnout, which can lead to more cybersecurity errors. According to Microsoft’s...