Anne-Marie Fannon, on the impact discussed the impact of work-integrated learning for Canadian industry.
Future of work
Experts from around the world examine the interrelated dimensions of inequality.
Experts discuss digital acceleration, how students and young professionals can thrive in the future of work and what industry and universities can do to help.
Waterloo senior leaders explore the future of work.
Anne-Marie Fannon joins Human Resources Director (HRD) magazine and a panel of experts hosted by the Editor of Canadian HR Reporter Group.
This keynote describes the strengths of an intentional, integrated work-integrated learning (WIL) and career education ecosystem to prepare students for the future of work.
Researchers have identified three factors that are important to young people who work from home during the coronavirus pandemic: socialization, productivity and meaningful work.
Norah McRae delves into a recent study about how co-op students are carrying out work related to the United Nations’ sustainable development goals.
Ross Johnston joins the Experience Magazine Podcast to talk about trends for the future of work-integrated learning.
Norah McRae discusses ways to develop talent for a complex future post-pandemic and useful information for workers at any stage of their career.