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NAFTA, TPP, or Tariff Me?

by John Brian Shannon | April 15, 2016

A long time ago when there were unicorns, there was a justifiable need for international trade agreements in order to spur trade, increase movement of capital flows and to promote movement of labour — but mainly to gain access to potentially larger markets in both developed and developing nations. 1,524 more words


Your Employees Desperately Want Flexible Work Arrangements

written by Amie Williamson on February 10, 2016

Attention Employers: It’s 2016! The demographic of your workforce is rapidly changing. Your employees are clamoring for flexible work arrangements. 1,000 more words

Human Resources

The Memoirs of Me

I’m thinking of writing my memoir. No, not seriously. Just fantasizing. But just in case, I’ve come up with some possible titles. How’s this for starters: … 833 more words

The future is a long time

Onthe 20th of this month the annual top businessman’s beano, the World Economic Forum at Davos, where all the Great and the Good of the modern world will gather and congratulate themselves and one another on being such successful people.  359 more words

Final days in Brunei

Extra days now in Brunei. The first one we decided to spend away from the capital and head for a beach. Someone told us about the Empire Hotel and Country Club, which was a rather select complex on the coast. 913 more words

Jobshare Top Tip #5: Practice Humility

Often in today’s workplace, being humble can be seen as a weakness when in fact, entirely the opposite is true and crucial to success as a Jobsharer. 596 more words

Flexible Working

Why are Jobsharers More Productive and Less Stressed?

One of the over arching benefits of successful Jobsharing that seems to come through from senior level Jobsharers is the benefit of the supportive nature of their partnership.  392 more words