What once was the future of corporate has now become reality - and there’s beer involved. “We actually tear down more walls than we put up,” says 28-year-old Neil Martin, Co-founder of Project: SPACES, sitting on the L-shape couch that...
Good news for those who work with numbers, bad news for those who work in media. A recent report by CareerCast has revealed the 10 best and worst jobs in 2015 based on a variety of factors, from environmental to income
No, it’s not in your head. There was a reason your last flight was probably a little less comfortable than that of flights past. Airline seats are getting smaller, and it comes at the cost of the passengers’ personal comfort and safety
We have frontrunner for CEO of the Year. In a time where executive to worker wage gaps are increasing at shocking rates and minimum wages stretch too thin to cover life's essentials, one man has introduced a $70,000 a year minimum wage for everyone working at his company
Apparently, drivers in Ontario have been overpaying in car insurance. A study by two Schulich professors says that Ontario drivers were overcharged $3 billion on insurance over the course of a decade. To make matters worse, despite the steep rates, drivers are getting even less for their money
Google consistently hires some of the most creative, intelligent people on the planet and in the recently published book, Work Rules! their SVP of People Operations explains how. If you ever want to work for, or work like Google, you might want to check this out
We spend most of our lives at work; we might as well like what we do. The Guardian carried out an analysis to find out what the happiest jobs in the world were. Are you working one of them? If not, you may want to consider a switch
Corporate culture says a lot about a company. So where a company chooses to spend its time matters a lot. From getting the most out of its employees to inspiring guests, the inside of an office speaks volumes