3 Key Advantages to a Diversified Workplace

How can I put this delicately?  Whistler’s demographics are a bit homogeneous.  Our population is primarily caucasian, has a median age of 32 years with 88 percent of the resident workforce employed in tourism-related service sectors. Although we do attract workers from other cultures to some degree, we could probably do a better job of […]


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Top 4 Ways to Recognize Employees for Job Well Done

A couple weeks ago, I stumbled upon a coin that once belonged to my mother.  I found it after she had passed away and kept it, simply because it had meant enough for her to safeguard for 50 years.  It was from the Toronto Public School Board, in recognition of four years of service and […]

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Inspiring Change for Women

In 1911, German labor leader Clara Zetkin proposed March 8 be proclaimed International Women’s Day, in recognition of U.S. women workers who led a movement for decent working conditions.  In 1977, the United Nations called on member states to proclaim that day for women’s rights and international peace.  Over one hundred years later, women have […]

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