[ad_1] You’re sitting in the lunchroom after a few men in your office have just conducted an interview for a new employee. They comment on her appearance, snickering that the office could use “another good-looking girl.” You cringe on the inside, but how do react outwardly? Do you laugh along, because it’s the path of
[ad_1] Toronto business owner Abena Anim-Somuah says that employers need to listen to their employees of colour when it comes to creating an atmosphere that is welcoming for everyone. Lucy Lu In March 2020, Emma Bell began working from home, like so many Canadian workers after the Government of Ontario ordered the closure of all
[ad_1] In fall 2020, Knix Wear founder and CEO Joanna Griffiths hosted an investor meeting and overheard people mumbling something along the lines of: “Who would give money to a pregnant person?” Ms. Griffiths was due in the spring with twin girls, and planned to raise money over the winter before a brief maternity leave.
[ad_1] Whether it’s a small office or a massive corporation, what’s the biggest secret in every workplace? Salary. It’s the last taboo of office culture to know the salary of your fellow employees. Whispers of what an office mate earns are always the down-low discussions around the water cooler, but why is it still a