Monthly Archives: October 2014

Telecommuting Remains a Touchy Subject

The Benefits and Drawbacks of Telecommuting There is still a lot of discussion about the benefits and drawbacks of telecommuting. The discussion centers on how to implement and how to measure performance when employees work remotely. However, there is also … Continue reading

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Creating Greater Collaboration in a Virtual Team Environment

An Engaged & Inclusive Virtual Team In a session with a client this week, we explored the pitfalls and opportunities of creating a more engaged and inclusive virtual team environment by understanding generational differences. The focus of the discussion was … Continue reading

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Analysing Engagement Surveys: What’s the Generational Perspective?

Engagement Surveys & Generational Cohorts In working with our clients, whether customizing a training workshop or completing a consulting assignment, we often ask to see the organization’s latest engagement survey. If possible, we ask that the data be given to … Continue reading

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Increasing Engagement Through Your Diversity Initiatives

Diversity, Inclusion & Engagement Increasingly our clients are approaching us to discuss how we can assist them in their diversity and inclusion efforts.  This ranges from presentations around generational differences as one form of diversity, through to more robust HR … Continue reading

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Gen Xers Perspectives on Retirement

How do Gen Xers Feel About Their Retirement? In a couple of weeks, n-gen will sit on a panel at a benefits and disability management conference hosted by the Conference Board of Canada. While we are not experts in either … Continue reading

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