Blockchain is a huge buzzword. Even now it’s still a vague concept which is hard to grasp, and many people don’t understand it. How blockchain can impact our day-to-day life? Blockchain can help to increase transparency in the supply chain and provide consumers proof of where the products are coming from. Blockchain can also help people digitally store physical documents and transfer them internationally. Another example, blockchain can help us get back control of our data and give access to whoever we want when we use tons of applications in this digital world.
by Evan Sitler
By Angela Civitella
If you thought the last four years was difficult trying to keep politics out of the workplace, get ready for the next few months. The race to the November election is heating up, and you can bet that discussions about politics will bleed over into the workplace, especially online if your employees are still working remotely.
What’s more, is that even if you manage to successfully avoid those dreaded political discussions with your colleagues, it may very well still come up with customers, vendors and especially when you least expect it.
By Tim Arnold - PRESIDENT, LEADERS FOR LEADERS
There are certain moments in our lives that, from that point on, nothing would ever be the same. Often, we aren’t even aware of these defining moments until much later. For me, I think of the day as a 19-year-old, I timidly accepted a job working on a ranch in the state of Wyoming and unbeknownst to me opened myself up to a whole new world. Or the day I reluctantly agreed to go on a blind date with the person who ended up being my future wife, Becky. Nothing in my life would be the same from those points forward.
Alberta ranchers hit hard during the pandemic last year are now dealing with drought conditions that are devastating vital grazing land and taking both a financial and emotional toll.
The umbrella organization for Canada's securities regulators says it plans to merge the regulatory bodies that oversee investment dealers and mutual fund dealers into one new organization, a move praised by both watchdog groups.
President of Activision's Blizzard Entertainment resigns amid allegations of harassment, toxic work culture
J. Allen Brack, the president of Activision's Blizzard Entertainment, is stepping down weeks after the video game company was hit with a discrimination and sexual harassment lawsuit in California as well as backlash from employees over the work environment.
While pandemic job losses linger in the economy, some companies are struggling to find employees. A review of popular job listing sites in Canada showed companies ranging from retailing giant Amazon to small, local enterprises are offering signing bonuses to lure workers to jobs like delivery drivers or hair stylists.