Innovation in the Six: Toronto’s Tech Hub is Home to DoceboInspire 2018

Docebo

Toronto has emerged as a star among the world’s technology scene – a rise that’s poised to continue upward. Toronto was the only Canadian city to be named among the top 15 cities, which included cities such as Shanghai, Tokyo, London and Berlin.

The future of work: 5 key trends for the next 10 years

Edume

The rise of the gig economy in the last decade led to a rise in the number of people working on a project-by-project basis. Another alluring attribute is the prospect of becoming self-governing. The gig employee knows why project-based work is attractive.

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The Business Burden of a Better Economy

CLO Magazine

The risk of another recession isn’t gone. It’s at the gym doing pushups. Fortunately, for the time being, the U.S. An astounding 71 percent of chief financial officers expect the business environment in the U.S. to improve over the next three years.

How To Retain Top Talent And Reduce Employee Turnover

Bluewater Learning

It’s no secret that the economy is doing well, and with unemployment rates at historic lows, professionals have the choice to stay at their current jobs or search for greener pastures. But what’s the full business impact of this trend? Offer & Encourage Training.

How We Manage Our Remote Team (And 8 Tips for You)

Continu

We have a head office in San Francisco, but we have employees all around the world—Australia, United Kingdom, Argentina, and more. We can recruit the best team members for our company, no matter where they live. Some of them are the same that you’d face with an on-site team. We’ve created a remote team with members across the world at Continu. And we’ve learned a lot of lessons in the process. Here are some of the most important.

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Putting the Future of Work in a Global Context

General Assembly

Six countries’ skill-building programs and policy initiatives in the age of automation. In the U.S., despite surging stocks and historic GDP growth, people’s incomes and wages haven’t kept up and income inequality continues to accelerate. Source: The Economist Intelligence Unit.