Defining your career path is a great way to help you set clear goals and assess your career trajectory. This can include things like your education, experience and accomplishments, based on your interests and aspirations. It is important to take time to reflect on your career path and write a clear and concise statement that…
We are made of hybridity; of stories of migrations, of rebellious rivers that flow, then embrace seas.
Jeanne-Marie Rugira is a professor in the Department of Psychosociology and Social Work at the Université du Québec à Rimouski (UQAR). She is the director of the undergraduate programs in psychosociology. She is also a consultant and coach for organizations on issues of inclusiveness, racism and intersectional feminism.
When asked about how best to improve systemic inequity around finances, Folake* one mid-career journalist I spoke to said, “be transparent about pay!”
For Alicia Lashley, she always envisioned working a job that would be fulfilling for her. One of the reasons she searched for any and all opportunities that could fulfill her was due to witnessing her parents working 9-5s in their governmental jobs
Are you someone who has recently quit a job or thought about quitting your job? Maybe you’re looking for something that better caters to you financially? Maybe you’re tired of dealing with the incessant microaggressions you deal with at work? Or maybe you are simply tired of overworking to put more money into someone else’s…
Salary negotiation is a real professional sport! The final word always goes to the available budget, but that doesn’t mean that a salary negotiation is not expected, unless otherwise stated, during an interview.
You’ve decided it’s time to have honest conversations and create lasting positive change within your organization but you’re not sure where to start? First of all, congratulations! Taking the plunge and stating that there are elements in our business that would benefit from improvement is already a good thing. To help you in this process,…
You have taken the time to watch all of the Making Your Way Up videos on systemic racism and you want to go further? Here are some resources that might be helpful!
From the individual to the community, how can we together create healthy spaces where we identify issues and find solutions to achieve a more equitable, diverse and inclusive Canadian labour market?