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Productivity tips for hybrid teams
Productivity tips for hybrid teams

Longer hours. More emails. First-time projects. New tech. During the switch to remote, then hybrid work, these efforts enabled many teams to maintain or even improve  their productivity.

By Ann Gomez May 12, 2022 Share
Detoxifying the office: How to create healthy and secure workspaces
Detoxifying the office: How to create healthy and secure workspaces

Targeted efforts to attract and retain today’s workers will mean little if leaders don’t also identify and root out toxic behaviour.

By CPABC in Focus May 11, 2022 Share
The future of work - what it means for leaders
The future of work - what it means for leaders

These are turbulent times. Leaders at every level are facing a new reality that continues to evolve. The challenge of meeting new demands and expectations is extraordinary.

By Tammy Robertson May 10, 2022 Share
Envisioning the post-pandemic workspace
Envisioning the post-pandemic workspace

Working through the pandemic has forced employees to adapt, and they’re emerging from this transformative experience with new expectations for the office. To meet these expectations, employers will need to reimagine the workplace to allow for more flexibility, autonomy, and community-building.

By CPABC in Focus May 9, 2022 Share
Mental wellness in the CPA profession
Mental wellness in the CPA profession

A look at the results of CPABC's Mental Wellness survey

By Jamie Midgley May 5, 2022 Share
‘Be authentic in your own skin, do not look to fit into a mould’
‘Be authentic in your own skin, do not look to fit into a mould’

May is Asian Heritage Month. To commemorate it, we spoke with three CPAs of Asian descent to hear how their heritage has influenced them as Canadians and professional accountants. 

By Sophie Nicholls Jones May 4, 2022 Share
Back to the office: What this means for workplace mental wellness
Back to the office: What this means for workplace mental wellness

The COVID-19 pandemic has taken a toll on the mental wellbeing of many people. According to a Statistics Canada  survey on COVID-19 and mental health conducted in 2021, one-in-four Canadians aged 18 and older screened positive for symptoms of depression, anxiety, or posttraumatic stress disorder (or PTSD), up from one-in-five in 2020.

By Kerri Brkich May 3, 2022 Share

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