During the 6th edition of its Annual Recognition Gala, Women in Governance (WiG) awarded its Parity CertificationTM—Bronze, Silver, Gold or Platinum level—to 58 prestigious organizations across Canada, recognizing their exceptional commitment to parity, diversity, and inclusion at all levels in their workplace.
Aéro Montréal is presenting today the first part of the 6th edition of the Global Aerospace Supply Chain Summit on
The National Aboriginal Capital Corporations Association (NACCA) welcomes the 2021 Budget’s significant investment
Hudson's Bay Foundation is pleased to announce the launch of its new social impact platform, Hudson’s Bay Charter
York University researchers, in collaboration with the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH), have launched
Many resource development projects across Canada – past, present, and future – come together with beautiful language about how all Indigenous and First Nations stakeholders will be involved.
Saying the business environment is dynamic today is like saying the sky is blue. Globalization has been a primary impetus for that dynamism, but many companies expanding on a global basis.
When diversity and inclusion principles came to the forefront, it was with a focus on employees, and fair and equal employment practices.
In today’s complex talent market, employers all over the world are finding it hard to attract, hire and onboard critical talent successfully.
Many companies have distinct operating segments or units with different goals. They work for the same company but are often focused on their units independent of the overall goals of the enterprise.
When a new term like "FinTech" enters mainstream lingo, it likely has importance. FinTech, short for Financial Technology, first came to the public's attention when cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin began to grow in popularity.