As society’s perception of mental health continues to evolve, it’s important for employers to keep pace.
For more than 80 years, United Way Ottawa has been working to make our city great for everyone.
The diverse social challenges that Ottawa faces can make it hard for a business to know how to invest in their own community and know they are making a real difference.
At the young age of 23, Kathleen Kemp has learned to place her thumb on the scales of work-life balance.
Ernst and Young’s Ian Sherman has been named the acting chair of the Ottawa Chamber of Commerce, filling the role left vacant by Marie Boivin.
One of the biggest workplace fundraising campaigns in Canada will fall short of its $19-million goal this holiday season, and the Grinch in the works is the federal pay system that handles most of
As 2016 comes to a close and holiday shopping is in full swing, another important deadline looms: making your charitable donations. If you give to a charitable cause by December 3
By Kelly Mertl, Director of Community Initiatives, United Way Ottawa
Three years ago, when Ross Video purchased a Florida-based sports production firm, CEO David Ross made a bold prediction. “We’re just getting started,” he told OBJ in 2013.
Canadians have their eyes on their bank accounts – whether trying to stick to a budget, save to meet a big goal, or simply just make ends meet.