Career

Ageism at Work is Getting Old

Last fall, ads for a new “aging cream” began popping up in bus shelters around Toronto. At first glance, they appeared to be run-of-the-mill skincare...

It’s Okay to Just Work for the Money

When we think about work, most of us hope to be doing something fulfilling. A job that gives us purpose and makes us want...

Customer First: Secrets of Successful Canadian Entrepreneurs

In a highly competitive digital marketplace, how can a business get noticed and succeed? Social media builds connections In 2020, customers are more focused on what...

Job Loss Recovery (When You’re at the Top)

COVID 19 has caused millions of Canadians to be laid off. For those in the later stages of their careers, it could mean losing...

Asked for a Job Reference? Here’s What To Do

Being asked to be a workplace reference is an honour. After all, that job seeker is putting her future career prospects in your hands. This...

How to Avoid the Pitfalls of the Sharing Economy

The explosion of the sharing economy may be working wonders on your bank balance by reducing the amount of ‘stuff’ you own. Today you...

The Make-up Mark-up—It Costs Women Time and Money

The average woman spends 25 minutes daily doing her hair and makeup. Over 30 years, that’s equivalent to a ‘makeup gap’ of 3,000 hours. There...

Job Losses Have Gone Viral — What Should You Do?

Well this is a fine pickle, isn’t it? Between the coronavirus, the annual tick migration, and the march of murder hornets, we’re facing the...

Act Two: From Store Owner to English Teacher

In this series, we profile real women who have made later-in-life career changes. In Act 2, women share what they’ve learned from recent career...