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Published on: January 17, 2012
Filed under: Career, Motivation, Managing Employees
For those of you who attended my short seminar on “Motivating Employees”, I thought that you would enjoy this 10 minute video (see link below) that augments what I discussed in our session.  I am a firm believer in intrinsic rewards, and research from M.I.T., the University of Chicago, and Carnegie Mellon now posits that high achieving employees would rather eschew large bonuses in return for more autonomy to work on projects that are meaningful for them (and by corollary, ...Read More
Published on: November 19, 2011
Filed under: Career, Time Management
Several studies indicate dads are increasingly engaged with their families but experiencing more work/life conflict. A voluminous 2009 report from the Families and Work Institute, Times are Changing: Gender and Generation at Work and at Home, found that fathers in dual-earner couples feel significantly greater work/life conflict than mothers and that this stress has risen steadily, as more wives spend longer hours at work while fathers are increasingly more involved in their children's ...Read More
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Policies - Telework
March 08, 2012

This week we take a look at HR policies and what better way to discuss a policy suite than by highlighting a policy or two.  In this first installment we look at an increasingly popular policy ...


Charles Jamieson has proven himself to be an expert in his field and was an invaluable resource to our organization over a number of years.

Acting Director General, Government of Canada Agency
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