12 June 2019 Lee Tappenden, President & CEO Wal-Mart Canada Corp. 1940 Argentia Road Mississauga, ON L5N 1P9 Dear Mr. Tappenden, Recently, it came to our attention Walmart Canada made policy changes greatly affecting your employees, disabled customers, and First Nations customers. I was visiting your South Barrie store the other day when I discovered […]
We are fortunate to see an increase in visits to our website in 2018 with lots of help from our active volunteers! Now we present the top 5 articles visitors read on our website in 2018. 5. How to deal with religious accommodations in the Workplace Freedom of religion, in Canada, is a constitutionally protected […]
Doctor’s notes are a tax on the poor because neither the Ontario Health Insurance Plan or the employer pay for them.
According to the University of Florida, people are living longer and the world’s globalization will require further interaction from people who are more diversified and come from an array of backgrounds. Typically, they work in diverse and varied environments and this raises questions about tracking this trend and adapting to it. Companies want to perform […]
Our Co-op Experience Ishita Malhan, B.B.A & M.B.A, Social Media Analyst Patrick MacIntyre, B.A & B.Ed, Social Media Analyst My colleague and I were employed as Volunteer Social Media Analysts for a not-for-profit organization known as Journey to Diversity Workplaces (J2DW) from October 2017 to mid-December of the same year. We are so thankful to […]
Communication in the workplace is affected by a number of factors, some of which are recognizable to the worker while other are more complex and require a closer look. For example, there is a co-worker that you feel is unapproachable and as a result, you might prefer to procrastinate and not ask them questions or […]
In the following essay, I am going to analyze incentives for workers to perform tasks, and thus come up with a conclusion as to what makes the most sense for employers to incentivize their employees with. I will back up my analysis with the mention of two research papers. The exchange of money for the […]
A workplace’s culture is composed of the values, beliefs, attitudes, and behaviours that the employees share, and use frequently, within the workplace. The workplace culture determines how employees describe where they work, how the employees understand the workplace, and how the employees see themselves as an essential part of a productive workplace. The workplace culture […]