Worker shortages mean many employees have additional leverage to push their bosses to accommodate their desire to keep working remotely, Ottawa lawyer says.
“As one of my colleagues said, it should be a place where you feel a fear of missing out," says keynote speaker at next week's Ottawa Talent Summit.
A return-to-office showdown is pitting some bosses and workers against each other as the back-to-school season brings with it a renewed push to get employees back into the office.
Ottawa-based firm says it’s seeing “big spike in activity” from tech tenants that are downsizing their real estate footprints but still need meeting and collaboration space.
Ian McGrath has made it clear to his bosses: If the company forces staff to return to the office, he'll tender his resignation.
Video meetings dampen brainstorming because we are so hyper-focused on the face in that box that we don't let our eyes and minds wander as much, a new study found.
Long before COVID-19 became an omnipresent part of Canadian life, Meredith Thatcher could sense an emerging seismic shift in the way tenants used technology to reimagine traditional office space.
Along with anxiety about commuting times and corporate vaccination policies come questions over what professional behaviour looks like in 2022.
Can you believe that after two years of this pandemic, we seem to collectively agree on something? The way we work has changed forever.
Treasury Board president Mona Fortier gave the green light Monday for federal departments and agencies to begin bringing public servants back to the office.